As soon as I’m sworn in next month, I’ll prioritize the state’s economic recovery, our children’s education, housing/homelessness, the environment and other pressing needs.
It would take a keen eye to recognize this building on Ninth Avenue between Irving and Judah streets.
Police activity in the Sunset District in October, 2020.
I continue to be inspired by the thousands of people in our neighborhood … volunteering to distribute food and supplies to their vulnerable neighbors.
After months of debate and appeals, a deal has been made to allow the permanent installation of 90-foot-tall stadium lights at J.B. Murphy Field at Saint Ignatius College Preparatory School (SI) for nighttime games.
Free events on San Francisco’s west side.
Luke Zepponi, a junior at Abraham Lincoln High School in the Sunset District, was recently awarded a $1,000 prize after he placed third in the San Francisco Historical Society’s annual Fracchia Prize writing competition.
It seems SF Rec and Park won’t be satisfied until every square foot of Golden Gate Park is concrete and artificial turf.
The need for resurfacing on 19th Avenue is an issue I have updated readers on several times over the past few years. I am pleased to finally share that work toward that end will finally begin this month.
It’s been said that you can’t fool all the people all the time, but politicians figure that once every four years is good enough.
Join us for a virtual Town Hall focused on Sunset Blvd. and 19th Avenue.
Frustrations over a San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) decision to change the admissions policy at Lowell High School in response to the COVID-19 pandemic boiled over at a recent virual school board meeting, as long-simmering racial issues took center stage.
The Shelter is a dark-comedy following the life of one lone man quarantining with shelter-in-place amid the global pandemic and economic crisis. The Shelter investigates the psychological states ‘Quaran’ encounters along his path while sheltering in place.
Community College of San Francisco (CCSF) is in serious danger of closing down, which would exacerbate the existing education achievement gap in San Francisco.
On Sunday Oct. 4, San Francisco lost one of its most loved and valued community leaders, Inner Sunset resident Randy Schiller.