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Created by city officials in the 1880s to alleviate downtown overcrowding, it was the earthquake and fire of April 1906 that changed the course of The Fillmore forever. Spared the damage that hit San Francisco’s areas of commerce, the neighborhood was quickly remade into the city’s civic and retail center.
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Arang Korean Cuisine
Dibbs BBQ & Grill
Dosa on Fillmore
Fat Angel Food & Libation
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National Dollar Store
Fillmore Farmers Market
Jean Nobles Style
Marcus Book Stores
AJai Ho Indian Grocery
Woo Ri Food Market
Third World Market
A & J Discount Beauty Supply
CBS Ace Hardware
Center for Healing & Expression
Central Builders Supply
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November one of the preferred months of the year to take a break from our routine lives. With the winters crawling in and the following month being a festive one, which is going to hectic and tiring filled with shopping and celebrations, its high time we give ourselves a well-deserved break.
New South Wales Australia
Beaches that are a feast for the eye, one of the best and diverse kinds of seafood to devour and flawless beach roads for amazing rides and drives how much better a vacation could get? It is not just about the beaches, the food, and the streets, the entire location itself is heaven on earth
The subcontinent known to be one of the hottest countries in the world goes through a drastic makeover during November and December. The winter arrives and anyone witnesses a different India in terms of the weather and climatic conditions. The month of November is the time when Diwali, the festival of lights is celebrated. To witness the entire country light up the sky is nothing less than a treat. There are also other travel destinations all over the country where you can rejuvenate yourself.
Looking for a trip filled with adventures and exotic beaches the Philippines is the place where you need to be. With more than 1000 islands across the country, November is the most preferred month for any tourist to drop by. With a lot of adventure sports like scuba diving, snorkeling, and jet skiing. The Philippines would definitely give an experience of a lifetime.
The state in the USA is known for some of the best beaches in the world. When it comes to Florida, it houses some the well-known theme parks all around the globe, including Disney World and Universal Studious Epcot. The entire state is filled with some amazing restaurants, the food in Florida is something that won’t disappoint you.
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
Have you ever had any ideas to meet polar bears not trapped inside the cage? Churchill, Canada is the place to be. Located right in the north of Manitoba in Hudson Bay, which really not far from the Arctic. Churchill is known as the Polar Bear capital of the world. Recommended in the month of November because of this the time of the year when snow is a bit low.
La Palma, Canary Islands Spain
It is just ironic that a place that so many numbers of volcanoes, has such a striking beauty. Bestowed with rich flora and fauna, this place is extremely diverse biodiversity. The place is also known for some of the rare species of plants. The place also has other mandatory entities which makes it a preferred tourist destination including stunning sea resorts, restaurants that provide tasty food.
New York, USA
New York, known as the city that never sleeps, the city is more than just tall buildings, busy roads, and buzzing people. As this is the time of the year when autumn crawls in the leaves in the central park starts to fall, just being there among those trees is absolute bliss.
If you are a tourist and if you are New York at this time you are damn lucky. The time of thanksgiving, the pies, the turkey and parades things couldn’t get any better.
Of the many neighborhoods and districts in San Francisco, the Fillmore District stands alone as a cultural hub that has brought great musicians together, but separated many Americans in a slight of gentrification disguised as redistribution. The Fillmore District has been around since before the turn of the century and many people credit its popularity with its near complete lack of damage during the 1906 earthquake that nearly flattened all of San Francisco with destruction and fires. It was this catastrophic event, and the later following World War II, that would lead to the shaping of this ethnically diverse hub right in the heart of one of America’s largest cities.
After the 1906 earthquake destroyed most of San Francisco, many residents sought to find a new home in one of the areas still left unaffected by the horrific damage. It was this migration that brought a large number of Jewish and Japanese residents to the Fillmore District. Displaced residents from the South Market District combined with an influx of Jewish emigrants to form what was then considered the center of the Jewish community in all of San Francisco. The other group of people who occupied most of the Fillmore District at the time of the earthquake were the Japanese Americans. They developed a small Japan town that still exists today, but have not been without their own struggles throughout the history of the city.
Along with African Americans, World War II had a huge effect on the Fillmore District’s Asian American population. As if it were a cause and effect relationship, with the start of World War II and the disgraceful executive order that put all of the Japanese American citizens in internment camps, the Fillmore District was left with a large number of empty and available homes. The African American community, drawn in by the promise of jobs building ships in the bay and the escape from the racist south, ended up taking occupation of these homes and the resulting five years before and after the war saw the population of the Fillmore District African Americans go up ten times. After the war and the internment camps, Japanese Americans made their way back to the Fillmore District as well and thus began a new melting pot of Jewish, Japanese, and African Americans.
The open-minded population in the 1960’s made it a cultural hub to legendary psychedelic rockers Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead. This reputation for music and adversity towards the man gave the Fillmore District the reputation it still lingers on to today. The popularity of jazz music also took over and was brought to the Fillmore District by the large African American population. Despite being accused of driving out ethnic minorities with urban renewal projects, the governing bodies still try to hold on to the jazz element made famous in this bright and bustling district of San Francisco. Regardless of their struggles, there’s no doubt that the many different people of the Fillmore District are the reason it is the hopping hub of culture it is today.
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