Unfenced last week after nearly a year of anticipation, a new pathway cuts a corner from Market Street through tall slabs of granite to 10th Street. It is already a favorite in Twittertown, and pedestrians who bother to look down past their phones will see a map of San Francisco etched in stone.

Look up and they will see that there are granite monoliths with ledges to sit on. One ledge has the word “Promised” etched into it in gold, the other has the word “Land,” and the person who put those words there is sitting against the “Land,” facing west toward “Promised.”

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