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  • Podcast Episode 265: Sutro Women (Repodcast)

    Museum at the Cliff is now open! Our pop up museum is open Friday-Monday (11:00 - 4:00 PM) at the former Cliff House gift shop until mid-April 2022. https://www.outsidelands.org/Event/500. In celebration (and because we're crazy busy) we're repodcasting Cliff House and Adoph Sutro-related episodes. This week's podcast is on Adolph Sutro's women.
  • Podcast Episode 386: The Cliff House Project (Repodcast)

    In celebration of the upcoming Fall 2021 opening of WNP's Museum at the Cliff and assuming stewardship of the Cliff House Project web site (www.cliffhouseproject.com), we're repodcasting this episode with the site's founder, Gary Stark to talk about his organization and share some fascinating facts about the ever evolving, west side landmark.
  • Podcast Episode 439: Pacific Rod and Gun Club

    Not long ago, the sound of shotguns echoed around Lake Merced. Until 2015, skeet shooting at the Pacific Rod & Gun Club was a regular occurrence. This week, Nicole and Michael explore the Club's origins and colorful history on the shores of Lake Merced.
  • Podcast Episode 438: Miniature Mansions Makers

    Elizabeth Larke Blodgett, mother and passionate supporter of returning Great War soldiers, took her doll house making hobby to incredible levels. One masterpiece miniature house, has been featured at the Emporium downtown and at the Cliff House, Nicole and Michael are joined by a very special guest and Elizabeth's granddaughter, Janet Dyer.
  • Podcast Episode 437: AP Giannini Middle School

    AP Giannini Middle School was one of many SF schools built in the 1950s to educate the growing baby boomer generation. Originally part of the Sunset Community Center, the school was named after a well known financier and San Francisco icon. This week, sharpen your #2 pencils as Nicole and Michael take you back to school.

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