With a unanimous vote the San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently approved a $14.3 million loan agreement to help replace the Police Credit Union building on Irving Street between 26th and 27th avenues …
Jacobs has also authored four books dedicated to the illustrious history of the 49ers and even has a plaque at the Pro Football Hall of Fame as the team’s number one fan.
Stretch from Lincoln Way to Sloat Blvd will continue to be closed to car traffic on weekends and holidays, but will open up to car traffic during the week
munity meetings I’ve attended with city leaders, I’ve discovered that compromising with the neighbors is actually not on the agenda.
With so much insight and news that the Sunset Beacon newspaper brings to the table, I thought it would be a good idea to reach out about JewBelong’s mission to #stopjewhate …
We are pleased to invite your readers to Last Saturday Live, a monthly open-air family-friendly mini music fest featuring local musicians, merchants, makers, artists, causes and fantastic eats …
What, and who, is Illuminate the Arts? It wouldn’t be a big deal except that they are taking over our public spaces, causing light pollution and using corporate dollars to influence City government.
A UC San Francisco task force has been formed to recommend a publicly accessible, permanent site for New Deal-era murals that will be carefully removed from a seismically vulnerable building on its Parnassus Heights campus.
Small Businesses fully shut down by COVID health orders were given a lifeline Tuesday, after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a groundbreaking law that waives their back rent.
With a design inspired by its wooded surroundings, a nature play area to spark creativity, and a dramatic spiral tower soaring above it all, the newly-renovated playground at Golden Gate Heights Park has opened to the public, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today. Photos by Michael Durand.
I’ve been investigating reports of a “hum,” a quiet but persistent noise pollution which folks in our part of the city have been experiencing.
“The fellowship has allowed me, as a journalism student, to understand better the challenges and problems of my community in our country,” CCSF Journalism student Andy Damian-Correa said.
Mar: Today is a historic moment as I and the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee voted to approve the loan for site acquisition and pre-development for the Sunset’s first 100% affordable housing development for low and moderate income families at 2550 Irving St.
We need to solve the climate emergency, not just put another bandage on it.
In 1951, 4055 Irving St. at the corner of 42nd Avenue was the Portola Market advertising fancy fruits and choice meats. It was run for many years as A-1 Liquor & Groceries, until Palm City Wines recently took over …