Spots Unknown, Under The Skin of San Francisco

Spots Unknown

photo via Spots Unknown

Our friend Jeff Diehl, who’s worked on The RU Sirius Show, 10 Zen Monkeys and, recently launched Spots Unknown, a wonderful new blog focused on “Exploring & infiltrating the forgotten places, events, and histories of San Francisco”.

This site aims to explore and infiltrate histories forgotten and places unfound in the greatest American city. Those who live in San Francisco know that it has a rich history, from the original Ohlone inhabitants, to the Gold Rush, to the quake of ’06, and into the modern era.

It is a small city, a dense collection of hills and neighborhoods, parks and populations. It’s a challenge, even for those of us who’ve lived here a decade or more, to fully expose ourselves to it. There are spots that remain hidden, and even the spots that we’ve seen and experienced are often not fully known.

Jeff’s been posting a bunch of great unique San Francisco content, including interesting locations in the city that he’s been listing on the Spots Map.

Spots Unknown is hosted our cloud service and we’re exited to have them aboard.

Scott Beale
Scott Beale

Scott Beale is the founder of Laughing Squid and is based in New York City. When not running the blog, Scott can be found posting on Threads and sharing photos on Instagram.