Recently The Bureau has been more of a photo blog and less of a movie review blog. I predict it will soon lurch back toward reviews but in the mean time, more photos.
In San Francisco, in the last couple of decades, a new neighborhood has been created out of an emptied industrial landscape that stretches along the shore of the Bay south of King Street. It’s called Mission Bay/South Beach. Its two most notable landmarks are the Giant’s baseball stadium and a new campus for UCSF (the medical school for the UC system). We recently walked around the area.
A Richard Serra sculpture on the UCSF campus.
A relic from when this was a thriving shipping and industrial area.
The UCSF Recreation Center where Madame Le Chef takes swimimg classes.
Where Mission Creek emerges from under the city streets and flows into the Bay.