Holy Toledo! Is nothing sacred anymore?
Bob Pilgrim shared this mid-1920s photo from his work in progress about California motorcycling history.
Bob Pilgrim says of this photo from his archives: "This was taken at the Harley-Davidson factory in Milwaukee sometime during midsummer 1951. The 'bike people' will salivate when they see this one as it is the only picture I know of that has Ed Kretz, Joe Leonard, and Paul Albrecht in the same frame."
A legal agreement was reached September 13.
Pacifican Colin Dwyer heads the new Mavericks.
S.F. Chronicle outdoors columnist features one of the Coastside's best hiking trails.
S.F. Chronicle outdoors columnist Tom Stienstra features our scenic coastal trail in his Sunday Getaways.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has approved a long-term plan to operate Sharp Park Golf Course with protections for endangered species. Click links above for details.
Sweeney Ridge Equestrian on Cape Breton Drive in Park Pacifica is expanding its riding and boarding programs and looking for new nonprofit partners.
Pacifica native son Rob Schneider publicly pleads (tweets) with the York family to sell him the ailing San Francisco 49ers football franchise. See his Twitter post in the news story above.
Vin Scully's final broadcast on Sunday, October 2 from AT&T Park was broadcast during the third inning of the Giants-Dodgers game on radio (KNBR 680 AM) and TV (CSN Bay Area).
Dudley Perkins (above, fifth from left) on his early Harley-Davidson model JD in 1916. Perkins was awarded the permanent trophy for winning the San Juan Capistrano hill climb three consecutive times. (Pacifican Bob Pilgrim is archiving historic photos like this for his work-in-progress on Northern California motorcycling history.)