Media Coverage

We’ve put together a list of the media coverage that we’ve found. If there is an article we missed, please send it our way and we’ll post it here. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Also, related and relevant articles are also below under the “Related Articles and Musings.”

Recent Articles and Blog Postings

Blue Bottle won’t open in S.F. park, by Rachel Gordon and John Wildermuth, SF Gate, October 25, 2010

Calm Down Hippies: What San Francisco Can Learn From the Valley by Stacy Lacy, Tech Crunch, October 24, 2010

Coit Tower: Another Park Community Responds by Rob Lord, Dolores Park Works, October 22, 2010

Locked & Loaded: The Blue Bottle Debacle, A Reflection of the City at its Worst by Mat Honan, 7×7 October 22, 2010

Chicken John on Dolores Park’s Soul by Rob Lord, Dolores Park Works, October 22, 2010

Dolores Park Groups Are Upset Over Vendors by Reyhan Harmanci, NYT, October 21, 2010

Dolores Park Food Truch Plan Draws Ire by Reyhan, Bay Citizen, October 21, 2010

Blue Bottle Coffee backs out of Dolores Park deal, by Rachel Gordon, SF Gate, October 20, 2010

Blue Bottle Out – Democracy or Anarchy?, by Christine Mai-Duc, Mission Local, October 20, 2010

Blue Bottle Gives up as Dolores Park Battle Nears Violence, by NBC Bay Area Matt Baume, Originally published October 20, 2010

Blue Bottle wheels deal out of Dolores Park, by Kamala Kelkar, SF Examiner, October 20, 2010

Rec and Park Comments on Blue Bottle’s Decision to Pull Out of Dolores Park, John Birdsall, SF Weekly, October 20, 2010

Blue Bottle Backs Down From Dolores Park Plan, by Jay Barmann, SF Grub Street, October 20, 2010

Blue Bottle Pulls Plug on Park Plan by Robert Brust, Dolores Park Works, October 19, 2010

Blue Bottle Kills Plans for Cart in Dolores Park, by John Birsdall, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, October 19, 2010

Blue Bottle, La Cocina, and the Commericalization of Dolores Park by Kevin Montgomery, Uptown Almanac, October 14, 2010

Locked & Loaded: Q&A with Blue Bottle’s James Freeman on Pending Dolores Park Location by Mat Honan, 7×7 October 13, 2010

Anti-American Apparel Campaign Founder Goes After Blue Bottle Cart by Jonathan Kauffman, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, October 11, 2010

Blue Bottle Site in Dolores Park an Issue at Rec and Park Meeting by John Birdsall, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, October 8, 2010

The Actual Permits in Question by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, October 6, 2010

How Much Sound Does a Generator Generate? by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, October 6, 2010

The Quest for a Food Vendor Permit by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, October 6, 2010

Food carts to improve local economy? by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, October 6, 2010

Study on Effect Food Carts Have in Portland by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, October 6, 2010

Notes from Community Meeting 9/27 by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, October 5, 2010

Meeting Gives Foes of Dolores Park Vendor Plan a Chance to Vent by John Birdsall, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, September 28, 2010

An Open Letter from Blue Bottle to the Dolores Park Community by John Birdsall, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, September 27, 2010

Opponents of Dolores Park Vendor Plan Blame Rec and Park’s Outreach Fail by John Birdsall, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, September 20, 2010

Mission Merchants Halt Dolores Park Food Sales. Blue Bottle, La Cocina Plans in Jeopardy by John Birdsall, SF Weekly/SF Foodie, September 17, 2010

9/27 Community Meeting Regarding Food Vendors in the Park by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, September 17, 2010

Locked & Loaded: Blue Bottle’s New Mission by Mat Honan, 7×7 October 22, 2010

Food Vendors in Dolores Park by Crystal Vann Wallstrom, Dolores Park Works, September 13, 2010

Coffee cart stirs up dissent, Kamala Kelkar, Examiner, September 3, 2010

Blue Bottle Brews Up Dolores Park Kiosk, by Carolyn Alburger, SF Eater, September 3, 2010

Blue Bottle Dolores Park cart approved, already controversial, by Paolo Lucchesi, SF Gate, September 2, 2010

Related Articles and Musings

New Apple store in Chicago means shiny new train station, but who will fix the rest the system? by Sarah Goodyear, October 22, 2010

Commission Order to Guggenheim: Hot Dogs, Hold the Kiosk by Robin Pogrebin, NYT, October 20, 2010

Locked & Loaded: The Great San Francisco Coffee Wars by Mat Honan, 7×7 October 06, 2010

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