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Part two of the Best of the Richmond. Part one was food, part two is services.
Press Release: ‘Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs’ Brings Splendors of Ancient Egypt to SF
“’Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs’ reveals the power and splendor of ancient Egypt, and expands on the history conveyed within our own collection of ancient art.” – Thomas P. Campbell, director and CEO of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
When she moved to San Francisco in 1982, Lakeside resident Monika Trobits immediately fell in love with all the usual things – the weather, the views, the people, you name it. But in time she developed a deep fascination with the stranger and more unusual aspects of life in the city.
In the August 2022 Sunset Beacon article written by Kate Quach regarding “Students Join Local Demonstrations Protesting Reversal of Roe v. Wade,” not one of the protesters, nor the readers of this article, have been benefited by ‘Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights for they are still alive and their Mothers have stood Up 4 Right to Life .
Outside Lands, Day 3 photos, Aug. 7, 2022.
Please join us at our ArtScape event, August 13th 11 am – 5 pm, and every 2nd Saturday through October, featuring local artists, live music, delicious food, and creative activities for all ages.
I heard there is a case of avian flu outbreak in Sonoma, so I am concerned about the situation at Seventh Avenue and Cabrillo Street in San Francisco. Since I moved here in 2021, there is a woman that has been feeding pigeons. It could lead to major health issues,
In the final days of summer and for the seventh time since 2015, Flower Piano will once again transform San Francisco Botanical Garden into the city’s own alfresco concert hall where everyone is invited to play and listen.
Photos from day 1 of the Outside Lands Festival in Golden Gate Park. Aug. 5, 2022.
Below: This is the view looking west from Parnassus and Fifth avenues in 1948. Back then, the Muni 6-Line streetcar (#159) was in service. Photo courtesy of a private collector/Western Neighborhoods Project/OpenSFHistory. […]
Photos and videos of Day 2 at Outside Lands 2022.
Police activity in the Sunset District in July, 2022.
Plans to surround the Stonestown Galleria with almost 3,000 units of housing are progressing, as real estate developers work to modernize the shopping mall concept.
A budget is a moral document. And our City’s budget, recently signed into law by Mayor London Breed, is not only moral, but balanced – fiscally and ideologically. It reflects a collaborative, constructive and historic investment in addressing the biggest priorities and challenges facing our City.
Everyone who grew up in the Sunset District during the 1950s and 60s will have stories about their childhood adventures and the changes they have seen in their neighborhood and City. Not everyone writes them down. Kevin Carroll did.