Katherine Fu and Amy Sullivan, two juniors at Lowell High School, are partnering with Happy Moose Juice to provide better hygiene and nutrition to San Francisco’s homeless population during COVID-19.
Cartoon by Hazel O’Neil.
Police activity in the Sunset District in July, 2020.
“This has been a good year for the herons. Not as good as last year, but still a good year. If all 16 chicks survive, that will be 242 chicks who learned to fly in Golden Gate Park.”
I’ve lived in Parkmerced since 1988! It has always been a nice quiet residential community. However, in the last year we have noticed an unacceptable increase in crime here.
Chalos on Taraval Street, in the Parkside neighborhood at the heart of the Sunset District, is a gem of an eatery, bringing gourmet coffee and Argentine-inspired snacks to the neighborhood.
George Floyd’s slow suffocation at the hands of Minneapolis police on May 25 ignited nationwide protests decrying both police brutality and systemic racism.
While state-mandated restrictions on non-essential construction have been in effect since the COVID-19 outbreak, neighborhood groups have become concerned over proposed plans for an apartment building at 4326-4336 Irving St. in the Outer Sunset District, between 44th and 45th avenues.
Things to do on San Francisco’s west side.
If you’ve taken a walk in the neighborhood recently, you’ve likely noticed the incredible homemade signs on most blocks demanding systemic change in our country.
Since our last column, our world has again changed. The murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis has inspired an uprising across the nation and powerful protests calling for justice and solidarity.
Right now the city could greatly improve the quality of life for those who live in and around the western edge of the City by implementing the recommendations of SPUR, while maintaining some traffic flow for those who must pass through that way.
If you thought that our local City government was implementing only emergency measures during the pandemic, you would be wrong.
Our merchants provide the products and services we need to live good and fulfilling lives. They are the lifeblood of our community.
A “Black Lives Matter” solidarity march started near the San Francisco Zoo, at Sloat Boulevard and the Great Highway. Thousands of marchers walked north to the Great Highway between Irving and Judah streets.