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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 384: Favorite Point
Favorite Point in Golden Gate Park is aptly named, but few know of its location today. We return to the celebration of Golden Gate Park's 150th Anniversary and rediscover this formerly prominent spot in the park. To learn more, visit www.outsidelands.org.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jun 20, 2020
(above) Golden Gate Park, circa 1920
Boy posing with Rodin's 'The Thinker' in its location on Favorite Point across Main Drive (now JFK Drive) from the Conservatory of Flowers. (The statue was moved to the Palace of Legion of Honor in 1924)
Golden Gate Park was home to several refugee camps in the aftermath of the '06 Quake & Fire. Richmond District historian John Freeman joins the Pod to share his extensive research on the Park sites that sheltered thousands of San Franciscans. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Apr 17, 2021)
Founded in 1870, San Francisco celebrates Golden Gate Park's 150th birthday. Join Nicole, David, and Woody as they mark this historic occasion in their first remote recording session. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Apr 4, 2020)