SF Hole in the Wall Pizza is open for dine in! 1825 Irving St., at 19th Avenue. (415) 564-3900.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission (Rec. and Park) and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board (SFMTA) recently announced a special public hearing to discuss a “proposed pilot” on the Great Highway.
The Free Muni Pilot passes at a crucial time. Traffic congestion is on the rise, already at pre-pandemic levels. Transit ridership plummeted during the pandemic and has been slow to recover.
Editor: I’m writing in response to Quentin Kopp’s column in the May issue “Equity Does Not Mean Equality.” In it, Mr. Kopp refers to Webster’s Dictionary to define “equity” in a way […]
Affordable housing is something San Francisco desperately needs. That’s the one thing everyone in the City agrees on. But unfortunately the fight over affordable housing is often reduced to the false binary of NIMBYs v. YIMBYs (no or yes in my backyard).
On May 15, APAPA and the newly formed Sunset Safety Squad combined forces to support the national “Unity Against Hate” Campaign to prevent rising violence and harassment targeting the Asian community and seniors.
Is JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park accessible to all or just to able bodied and financially able?
Chilaquiles is a Mexican dish that can use dry, old tortillas and other available ingredients. The entrée can take a number of forms, such as a soup with tortillas floating or a hearty casserole dish.
Attend – virtually – the 10th annual Legacy Film Festival on Aging (LFFOA) and enjoy more than 12 hours of cinema addressing the problems and pleasures of aging.
Help us pick up litter in Parkside/Sunset on Sunday, May 30 at noon. Meet at 37th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard.
The night sky, like the air, land and oceans, is a precious resource and belongs to everyone. It is our human heritage and the night sky truly gives meaning to our lore, literature, history and art.
We continue to make crucial progress on vaccinations, and containing and reducing the spread of COVID-19 — and San Francisco is truly leading the nation. And in May, we’re celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage […]
On Feb. 24, 1930, a tornado (yes, a tornado) hit John Voltz’s house at 46th Avenue and Ortega Street. It was repaired and remains in the same location today.
Police activity in the Sunset District in April, 2021.
The language destroyers decry “equality,” as in “equality of opportunity” (long an American virtue), replacing it with “equity,” which means a result, not simply opportunity.