On July 21 Caltrans hosted an online public meeting about its planned project to rehab the roadway between Moss Beach and Half Moon Bay. For more information about the project, visit CaltransD4Environmental.com and read the news story at the link below. For questions or assistance, email John.Seal@dot.ca.gov.
A CERTAIN STYLE: Jerry Ross Barrish Studio Gallery, 35 sculptures created from found materials, curated by Alida J. Bray, to September 11 at 33 Bartlett Street, San Francisco. Gallery hours Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1-6 p.m. Enter through Transmission Gallery SF @ 35 Bartlett Street. Public parking garage across the street; enter on 21st Street. Easy walk from 24th Street BART.
Monday, August 22 from 6-7:30 p.m. (Pacific Time): free Zoom program on The Move, one of the finest British rock bands of the late 1960s and early 1970s never to make it big in the United States. Featuring future Electric Light Orchestra founders Roy Wood and (in their later years) Jeff Lynne, The Move wittily combined the catchiness of greats like The Beatles with the muscle of groups like The Who. Some of The Move's big British hits featured will include "I Can Hear the Grass Grow," "Blackberry Way," and "Tonight." To view the program, go to https://sfcommunityliving.org/event/boomer-talk-with-richie-unterberger-the-move/ at the time listed above.