Monthly Archives: March 2011

Sfgirlbybay Visits Our Neighborhood, Makes It Lovely

San Francisco blogger, photographer, and design maven Victoria Smith — aka sfgirlbybay — visited our neighborhood last weekend, and (as is her wont) she created some beautiful images along the way: I think it’s rained here something like 19 days … Continue reading

Posted in Photography | 2 Comments

Powered by Gasoline and Bacon, Bernal Dads Racing Brings Home Honor and Glory During 24 Hours of LeMons

It drove! It raced! And kind of well, even. Last weekend at Sears Point Raceway, our neighborhood’s own Bernal Dads Racing team tore up the track during the 24 Hours of LeMons in The Molvo (No. 243), a mutant crossbreeding of … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Photography, Transportation | 3 Comments

La Lengua Receives Official Recognition on the Map That Matters Most

I don’t know whether to laugh, sing, or declare martial law, but regardless… Our uppity neighbors to the west, aka the vassals of La Lengua, have received some noteworthy recognition of their autonomous status — in the form of a … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 14 Comments

Bernal’s Own Motorsports Team Prepares to Hit the Speedway in a Frankenstein Race Car

Get ready, race fans, because a team of Bernalwood’s finest are headed to the speedway to represent our neighborhood and bring back motorsports glory. Or something kind of like that… The action will take place this weekend at Sears Point … Continue reading

Posted in Cars | 17 Comments

An Ad Hoc Electronica Jam Session on Bernal Hill

This video captures Antonino Musco moving the Hill during an improv session with a Yamaha Tenori-On earlier this month. Sweet!

Posted in Music, Video | 1 Comment

Commuting on the Muni 67 Bus Is Like Waiting for Godot

Reader Teri asks: Can someone can shed some light on this? How come the 67 never comes?! I waited for it for 40 minutes this morning and it made me entirely late for work. I try to catch it at … Continue reading

Posted in Infrastructure, Rant, Transportation | 23 Comments

New CSA Farm Box in North Bernal Seeks Subscribers

Reader Caroline has set up a CSA pickup point at her home on the North Slope, and she’s hoping to find more subscribers. She tells Bernalwood: Terra Firma Farm treks down to the city each week to deliver us urban … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Drink | 11 Comments