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Emergency Management, in collaboration with the SFPD and SFFD will be conducting Active Shooter Preparedness Workshops starting Tuesday, June 6th.  Designed to educate airport employees on the philosophy of Run/Hide/Fight, instructors will teach employees how to apply these practices in their specific work areas.  The course will be interactive and will include SFPD fighting technique ...
The artichoke agave (Agave parryi truncata) is a tough desert plant native to the American Southwest and Mexico.  With short, blue-gray leaves, the agave grows to ... thrive in partial shade.  See the artichoke agave at the Engineering Building on West Field Road.  The flower stalk will continue to bloom through the month of ...
Please stop by the Safety Fair on May 31, 2017.  More than 40 vendors will be on hand to show you the latest safety products and innovations for your job. Date:  Wednesday, May 31, ...
... 3 Arrivals (near Baggage Claim 1) More than 25 vendors will be on hand to show you the latest safety products and innovations for your job. Feel free to stop by and ...
... - Online "selfie" contest to award two roundtrip tickets to Sydney SFO welcomed the return of Qantas Airways’ nonstop service from SFO to Sydney with an honor salute from the San Francisco Fire Department and a reception event.  Qantas will operate select flights through December and January, with six flights per week beginning in February.  All flights will operate using Boeing 747-400 aircraft. ...
The Grindelia Stricta, commonly known as San Francisco gumweed, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family.  Native to the west coast of North America, gumweed grows in and around the salt marshes and ...
The Howea forsteriana, also known as the Kentia Palm, is an elegant palm tree known for its beautiful, deep-green arching fronds.  The Kentia Palm first became popular in Europe during the Victorian era when exotic ... in all of her homes and left instructions for them to be placed around her coffin while she lay in state. ...
New exhibition features Ouija boards and a host of other talking boards from the 1890s to the present SAN FRANCISCO – October 18, 2016 – Talking boards have their roots ... to the letters.  Spirits could spell out their communications with the living, while the living simply held their hands on the planchette as it moved towards ...
SFO mourns the loss of Maria Lourdes Soza, an employee of the Subway food and beverage facility in Terminal 3.  Maria was slain by a stray ... outside the family’s duplex in the Bayview neighborhood on January 28, 2015 while her three children stood just a few feet away.  She was employed by Subway for ...
... exhibition presents more than sixty examples of early gambling devices, including the first automatic-payout, three-reel slot machine In no part of the world did gambling take place so openly and on such a large scale than in San ... removed from those who risked all to relocate and gamble on a new life in the West.  At the beginning of the twentieth century, more than 3,000 gambling devices ...
The new exhibition illuminates the extraordinary world of insects through the collection of the Essig Museum of Entomology at the University of California, ... not all insects have wings. Some species, like silverfish, never evolved wings, while others, like camel crickets, lost them millions of years ago. Insects play ...
New exhibition presents a variety of stunning pedestals produced in the United States from the 1860s to the 1890s Victorian pedestals, meant to showcase sculpture, are fascinating ...
On Tuesday, August 30, 2016, the Security Access Office (SAO) will officially open in its new location in the International Terminal.  To access, take the elevators located behind the Currency Exchange Booth by the G-side food court to ...
SFO asks its employees and local schoolchildren to write letters to the military overseas in time for the holidays. The letters are sent as part of care packages by the San Mateo County Blue Star Moms. ...
In an effort to promote San Francisco’s local businesses, Mayor Lee has launched the second year of “Shop and Dine in the 49.”  This initiative challenges residents, visitors and employees to do their shopping and dining within the 49 square miles of San Francisco for the holidays and all year round. Shopping ...
... wants to prioritize bike-parking and bike-share options at its stations and needs the help of SFO employees.  Please take a moment to complete the Bike Access Survey and help Caltrain improve its facilities for bikes and bike ...