Today, San Francisco faces big challenges and I’m proud to serve our community as District 5’s supervisor – fighting for affordable housing, solutions to the homeless crisis and keeping our vibrant neighborhoods moving, clean and green.
In a city infamous for soaring rent prices and sometimes problematic infrastructure, one business owner has found complete peace. Her name is Marjorie “Marge” Heard, and she found that stillness in the Outer Sunset.
Some fiddling around helps feed the needy while shoppers at Andronico’s on Irving Street get to enjoy some “old-time music.” That is what Dinah Stroe and her group of musicians have been doing for the past five years, every odd-Tuesday of the month.
Police activity in the Sunset District in September, 2019.
With four bullets still lodged in his body, Brandon Lee is in a Philippine hospital fighting to survive an assassination attempt while his friends and family struggle to raise enough money to get him safely home.
In an attempt to battle the rising rent and the housing crisis, the California legislature passed AB-1482 in September which will put a rent cap on properties statewide and make it harder to evict a tenant after 12 months of occupancy.
The most important endorsement is district attorney, and I repeat my even stronger recommendation of Nancy H. Tung, Esq., for that position. The other three candidates show less than stirring dedication to enforcing criminal laws and respecting police officers who perform dangerous tasks in protecting society.
Robbery with Knife: 800 Block of Clement Street, Aug. 31, 7:44 p.m. The victim saw a known shoplifter in a store take multiple items and then walk toward the front door. When […]
Monthly Presidio Greenbelt Clean-Up: The Richmond Neighborhood Center and the SF Recreation and Park Department co-sponsor a community cleanup event on the first Saturday of each month. Supplies will be provided. Meet […]
By Judith Kahn On Saturday, Sept. 14, the Richmond District/Senator Milton Marks Branch Library hosted a musician with a unique style all his own. Thomas Dimuzio considers himself a composer, but adds, […]
Fascinating Video at the de Young Museum By DeWitt Cheng “We hoped that … a studious man reading the history of the voyages … might think himself, by casting his eyes around […]
By Erin Bank This year’s three-day Outside Lands music festival in Golden Gate Park, held Aug. 9-11, was one for the history books in many ways. According to Billboard Boxscore, 205,500 tickets […]
By Thomas K. Pendergast A recent Civil Grand Jury (CGJ) report has raised questions about post-earthquake fire protection after the next major temblor and whether firefighters will have enough water pressure to […]
Dear Editor: Residents of the Inner Sunset must be left scratching their heads. SF Department of Public Works (DPW) and SF Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) have teamed up to dispense $21 million […]