Although much more information is available today than was in 1897, there is still more knowledge to be discovered as to the origins of the diverse street names in San Francisco.
by Thomas K. Pendergast It was once a place dedicated to war, with the prospect of death, but now the Presidio Trust is hoping to turn Fort Scott into a campus committed to peaceful change and social […]
A San Francisco supervisor has introduced legislation that would amend the city ordinance that controls Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU), what are commonly known as “in-law units,” in an attempt to streamline the process for adding units to the City’s housing stock.
Great Blue Herons can be seen nesting at Stow Lake.
A long look back at Seventh Avenue between Kirkham and Lawton streets. 1912.
Ulloa Elementary School’s Title F National Distinguished School award celebration.
Ocean Beach as it looked circa 1900.
The annual Pacific Orchid Exposition was held at the Hall of Flowers, located in Golden Gate Park, at the end of February.
The Best Buddies Friendship Walk is the number one walk in the country raising awareness and funds to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Letters to the Editor of the Sunset Beacon.
Negative stereotypes about older adults persist even today. But, when it comes to creativity, old age defies the myths.
The New Zealand native and current San Francisco resident is one of the top three female open water marathon swimmers in the world and the subject of a suspenseful new documentary, “Kim Swims,” which got its world premiere at the 40th annual Mill Valley Film Festival in October, 2017.
Sunset District resident Ella Ruth Francis is part of the Utopia Theatre Project. Last month, she acted in an all-original play called “Seeds,” which made its debut in San Francisco on March 9.
There are no easy answers to addressing economic inequality, but EITC programs are effective in reducing it. I commit myself to work in the legislature to continue finding ways to lift Californians out of poverty.
As always, the truth about aliens is malleable, and politicians are trimmers; they love illegal aliens as part of their politics. As the son of a legal immigrant and husband of another legal immigrant, I scratch my head in dismay.