As I talk to people about real estate during this COVID-19 time, there are many questions that are on their minds. There are some truths, some misconceptions, and many misunderstandings because none of us have ever gone through something like this before.
Many local residents and members of the neighborhood coalition Sunset Parkside Education and Action Committee (SPEAK) and many local residents have expressed disappointment that their efforts to save the 113-year-old house at 1420 Taraval St. have apparently failed.
As cases of COVID-19 surge in San Francisco, we have to stay vigilant. We have to wear our masks, keep our distance, wash our hands and continue to follow public health guidance.
By Noma Faingold Karl Kanner enjoys nothing more than the freedom of plein air painting in Golden Gate Park or another natural setting near his Inner Sunset District home. He loves the […]
In 2018, Stone won the Women’s Shortboard High School State Championship at Oceanside Harbor in San Diego. The following season, she snagged three more regional championships and seven first-place finishes in individual events.
In a unanimous vote, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a resolution requesting the SF Planning Department prepare a Landmark Designation Report for the City’s Historic Preservation Commission, who are then requested to consider the 10 mural frescos, dubbed “History of Medicine in California,”
At some point in the future, once activity limits that were put in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic are loosened, the Saint Ignatius College Preparatory School (SI) will host sporting events on its fields again. If all goes according to plan, students will be able to stay on the field later, thanks to new stadium lights.
August will mark five months since the Bay Area and the state of California led the nation with shelter-in-place orders to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Unfortunately, these measures have had adverse effects on our economy. Millions of people have filed for Unemployment Insurance, and countless small businesses have closed or are in danger of closing.
In order to reduce conflicts between bikes, trains and vehicles on Ulloa Street, bike route changes are coming August 2020.
The people of San Francisco share what has been positive during this global pandemic.
Patras are made by first spreading a spiced batter of the nutritious garbanzo bean flour on taro leaves and then rolling them into logs, steaming the logs and finally cutting them into slices to pan-fry them briefly.
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.”