Think of San Francisco, and what images come to mind? Surely these five are in your mind’s eye, and the good news is that they are definitely worthwhile.
San Francisco’s landmark Coit Tower is set to close Monday for a five-month renovation project that includes the restoration of its famous Depression-era murals
Descendants of Lillie Hitchcock Coit came to the San Francisco tower that bears her name on Monday to meet relatives of one of the artists who painted the murals inside.
From the bridge and beyond, these places will have you gazing at feats of stone, wood and metal.
A concession lease up for approval Thursday that allows for private parties at Coit Tower once a month violates the spirit of a non-binding measure recently approved by voters urging the city to limit commercial activity at the popular landmark, preservationists said.
San Francisco has been voted time and time again as the most beautiful city. With so many landmarks, we ask you, what is the most iconic symbol of San Francisco?
Some of the great Bay Area road trips can be had by driving to one of dozens and dozens of overlooks to simply, soak up the view!
A plan to spend $1.7 million to fix up Coit Tower and restore its Great Depression-era murals has not derailed the campaign to create a dedicated source of funding for the landmark’s upkeep.
A measure on the June ballot in San Francisco would require the city’s waste collection services be put up for competitive bidding, but the proposal’s opponents claim it would create an unnecessary bureaucratic headache.
A June ballot measure to preserve San Francisco’s historic Coit Tower and its 27 WPA murals is pitting preservationists against park advocates.