Murals dedicated to the Golden State Warriors are popping up around the East Bay as the team battles the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
Coit Tower, San Francisco’s landmark atop Telegraph Hill, reopened to the public Wednesday after a six-month restoration.
The best murals in the East Bay come from the heart of the locals and immortalize American experiences from nature and films to rodeo, free speech and music.
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.
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.