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Walking into Paul’s Hat Works on Geary Boulevard in the Outer Richmond is like walking through a time portal into the past.
A collection of quips includes a 1930’s question: “If Congress can pay farmers not to raise crops, why can’t we pay Congress not to raise taxes?”
A San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) plan to convert angled parking spaces along Geary Boulevard between 15th and 29th avenues into parallel parking, as part of a “quick build” project, could be going to the agency’s board of directors as early as June 30 for approval.
NOISE is a compact retail shop on the Balboa Street corridor in the Outer Richmond. Within its tiny storefront is a world full of music lives; huge sounds, rhythms, beats, melodies all coexist within these walls.
The Bay Area’s beloved floral fundraiser, Bouquets to Art, returns this June, celebrating fresh summer florals in conversation with the permanent collection and architecture of the de Young museum.
As your Supervisor, my priorities include supporting our small businesses, protecting our tenants and small property landlords, and advocating for resources and safety for working families. And as the Board’s Budget Committee chair, I am working to ensure the budget process is transparent and inclusive, and city departments are held accountable for public dollars spent and yield the quality services that San Franciscans deserve.
There are two new restaurants along the Geary corridor joining the dining scene in the central Richmond: Que Chulada and Sonamu.
Zosia Mosur, age 14 of Richmond District, and Lucca Ford-Pisano, age 11 of Sunset District, were chosen by JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, to join a delegation of their peers and celebrity advocates in Washington, D.C., this summer at JDRF 2023 Children’s Congress from July 9-11.
Annice Jacoby, the author of the book, “Street Art San Francisco,” says that there are three kinds of murals in the City: those that are provocative, those that are protective and those that are playful.
Come cheer on the bottle boats on Sunday, June 11 at 1 p.m. at the Third
Annual Bruce Ettinger Bottle Yacht Regatta hosted by the San Francisco
Model Yacht Club at Spreckels Lake (36th Ave/Fulton Street) in Golden
A just-released poll of San Francisco voters reveals Mayor London Breed has failed to learn from lessons of last year’s several elected officials’ recalls due to crime, diminished quality of life, lack of accountability and failing education for our children.
We see it all too often: An unhoused neighbor in crisis. The San Francisco Police Department responds to tens of thousands of such calls each year. At a recent Police Commission meeting, Chris Herring, a sociology professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, said the practice is costly and frequently results in harm for our City’s most vulnerable.
The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) along with the Western Neighborhoods Project (WNP) announce the launch of the traveling exhibit Chinese in the Richmond.
If prepared well, eggplants are delicious! In the San Francisco Bay Area, many small eggplants are available in the summer, in addition to the familiar big globe variety.
700 students seen running through Golden Gate Park!