The main ingredients going into this curry – beets, potatoes and carrots – are packed with nutrients that can help us with regulating blood flow, maintaining an ideal blood pressure and lowering the bad cholesterol.
The Sunset Wellness Mercantile launched this week, and brings a new open-air business corridor to 37th Avenue between Ortega and Pacheco streets.
We appreciate you engaging with the community to make this affordable housing a success, and we would appreciate it if you could share the community’s reasonable concerns with the press next time you speak with them, including how you’re planning to engage with us to address them.
The San Francisco Board of Education voted 5-2 for an equity audit led by community leaders and to use the regular admissions process for SFUSD comprehensive high schools for future admissions to Lowell High School.
Along with a reputation for academic excellence, Lowell High School has a history of charges of racism.
Police activity in the Sunset District in January, 2021.
For decades, the Sunset District has lost more affordable housing than it has built. This isn’t just a statistic, it’s the stories of thousands of our neighbors being displaced, and many on the brink.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE, like your house is burning down: Like our school alumni whose class school books have their original school names and and pictures!
Investigators from the San Francisco Police Department’s Traffic Collision Investigation Unit (TCIU) arrested 31-year-old San Francisco resident Jerry Lyons in connection with this morning’s fatal traffic collision at Lake Merced Boulevard and Higuera Avenue.
Joint strategy from Supervisor Mar, SFMTA, Recreation and Parks, SFCTA, and SFPD will address safety impacts of traffic redirected from Great Highway during emergency closure
San Francisco officials have unveiled plans to build a seven-story apartment building with 100% affordable housing on Irving Street at 26th Avenue.
An ambitious plan to dramatically expand the University of California San Francisco’s (UCSF) Parnassus campus over the next 30 years has been approved by the University of California’s Board of Regents despite community objections and a resolution passed by the SF Board of Supervisors asking the Board to delay making a decision.
This negligence not only shows disrespect for us SF citizens, but for the noble idea that parks can offer us a breath of nature within our own City limits.
I had the honor of interviewing Mr. Mar to gain insight on his job as supervisor, his battle with coronavirus in July of 2020, and his plans to run for supervisor once more.
With the American Psychological Association (APA) reporting in October 2020 that the pandemic is likely to give way to “serious health and social consequences for years to come;” it is clear that this is the time to look at alternative practices for healing and recovery.