The San Francisco Board of Education approved a change to the admissions criteria of Lowell High School for one year (school year 2021-22). The one-year admissions change is a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of existing criteria used in previous years to admit students.
Vote out those who support this. Local schools can form a private committee with their own resources to change a school’s name, if the community agrees.
Halloween is by far the most popular holiday in my house. Truly. My girls have countdown clocks on their phones where they not-so-patiently wait for October 1st and it cannot come soon enough.
San Francisco Police Seeking Public’s Assistance with San Francisco Zoo’s Stolen Lemur Investigation On Oct. 14, at approximately 9:40 a.m., San Francisco Police Officers responded to the San Francisco Zoo regarding a […]
Pumpkin brownies are a good alternative to chocolate brownies for those who cannot tolerate chocolate and those who want a lighter sweet treat. These brownies are quick to prepare and easy to transport for a pot-luck dinner.
This monthly column offers useful information for seniors and their caregivers. and uplifting stories for all.
B0ARDSIDE presents Lost City and Bridge Bardo by San Francisco artist Brent Willson. Willson’s paintings engage with our constant submersion in symbol and metaphor, and the interpretation of our environment into thought and language.
Photo of three women sitting atop a sand dune near the foot of Lincoln Way at Ocean Beach in 1899.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
District 4 has the lowest COVID case rate of the entire City, which speaks to our shared commitment to staying home when we can and wearing our masks and keeping our distance when we can’t.
Nothing about 2020 has been typical, but brothers Saadi and Adar Halil, the co-owners and founders of Hometown Creamery, have stayed optimistic. They have also managed to stay open during the most challenging circumstances for small businesses in memory.
Some wag proclaimed: “A democracy is a system where a fellow who didn’t vote can spend the rest of the year kicking about the candidate the other fellows elected.”
The race for the District 5 Supervisor seat is shaping up to be another competitive battle between incumbent Dean Preston and challenger Vallie Brown, who Preston unseated in a special election last November.
The race to replace Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee in District 7 is heating up, as five major candidates have raised a total of more than $350,000 one month ahead of the election.
Sunset District resident and children’s book author Emma B. Smith released two new books over the summer, each offering a riveting story of a local animal celebrity. The animals she highlights are Claude, the albino alligator from the Academy of Sciences, and Odin, survivor and hero of the Tubbs Fire.