San Francisco’s Dolores Park reopened with an open-air urinal inside

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$20 million was spent in renovations. Dolores Park , popular among San Franciscans looking for outdoor relaxation and recreation, offers several features including many tennis courts, a basketball court, a soccer field, a children’s playground, and a dog play area but it also has a clubhouse with public restrooms.  The park has a history: it served as a refugee camp for more than 1600 families made homeless by the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. It has hosted political rallies, festivals, Aztec ceremonial dances, Cinco de Mayo celebrations, San Francisco Mime Troupe performances, and an annual “Hunky Jesus” competition on Easter by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

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