After falling behind the New York Cosmos, San Francisco responded with two goals to win their first home game of the fall season. Here are three things we learned from the game: 1) The team responded well to the loss of Cristian Portilla A day before the Cosmos game the team learned they would be
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- Three things we learned: SF Deltas vs. NY Cosmos
By Douglas Zimmerman - Tuesday Aug 8, 2017
- Frosé arrives in San Francisco
By Esther Mobley - Friday Sep 30, 2016
[...] . The Palm House in San Francisco has announced that during the month of October, it will hold Frosé Sundays, which will involve the Palm House Frosé Cocktail, made with rosé, thyme, strawberry purée, lemon juice and rum ($9.75). If you're after a more pure-rosé vibe, you might jaunt over to Willa Jean in New Orleans, where the Frosé Y'all cocktail incorporates rosé from the reputable winery Mas de Daumas Gassac, in the Languedoc region of southern France. Blended simply with ice and simple syrup, it's a frosé for those who really want to taste the rosé. According to a statement from the restaurant, $1 of each $9.75 cocktail sold will be "donated to breast cancer awareness."
- SF Deltas overcome early goal to beat NY Cosmos 2-1
By Douglas Zimmerman - Sunday Aug 6, 2017
The second largest crowd in San Francisco Deltas early history saw the home team overcome an early goal to pull out a 2-1 victory over the defending champions New York Cosmos. 3,369 fans were treated to a 36th minute tying goal by Deltas defender Patrick Hopkins and a penalty kick by Tommy Heinemann to complete
- Down a man and two goals, SF Deltas stun NY Cosmos late to tie
By Douglas Zimmerman - Thursday Sep 21, 2017
You can never count out the San Francisco Deltas. Down by two goals and a man after Michael Stephens was ejected with a straight red, substitute striker Devon Sandoval scored a brace in the last ten minutes to earn the Deltas an important point away at MCU Park in Brooklyn. New York took the lead
- Trouble brewing: Lawsuit may force closure of Caffé Trieste
By Romalyn Schmaltz, Hoodline - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
Legendary coffeehouse Caffè Trieste has been serving North Beach since 1956, but after 60 years, the son of the late founder has filed a lawsuit that could force the business to close permanently.
According to documents filed on June 22, 2017 with San Francisco Superior Court, Fabio G. Giotta is suing shareholder and manager Ida Zoubi, his niece; shareholder and trustee Adrienne Giotta, his brother's widow; Caffè Trieste Superb Coffees (CTSC), Inc.; and its parent company, Caffè Trieste, Incorporated (CTI).
- A look back at immigration, exclusion at Angel Island
By Brandon Yu - Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
In its 10th anniversary season, Lenora Lee Dance reflects on history. On Saturday, Sept. 9, the company presents the world premiere of its new work, “Within These Walls,” at the Immigration Station on Angel Island in San Francisco Bay. Audiences, who must travel to the island via ferry, will walk through the historic building’s many rooms and watch 14 performers incorporate contemporary dance with video projection, original music recordings and poetry. The work reflects on the strength and trauma of those historically detained within the station.