The Ortega Branch Library will host a 10-week-long introductory session for students in
the first through third grades who want to learn Mandarin.
The free series will examine the major events, accomplishments and relationships that
shaped the participants’ lives.
Things to do in the Richmond and Sunset districts.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee was an inspiration, not only for the Chinese-American
community but for the community at large.
My prediction for 2018 is that we will have a decent real estate market but not as strong
as the last five years. It will continue to be a seller’s market with a shortage of good
inventory and a leveling out in prices.
The Botanical Garden, which has free admission for San Francisco residents, is home to the most important magnolia collection for conservation purposes outside of China.
Samantha Schoech is a humorist writer who won the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop Award on Dec. 4, 2017.
Steinle’s alleged killer wouldn’t have been in San Francisco but for San Francisco’s
“sanctuary” law and its implementation by former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi.
Roundup of police activities in the Sunset District.
On average, California’s drivers spend $762 a year on repairs for damage caused by road
conditions. This isn’t just a San Francisco or Bay Area issue. California ranks 48th in the nation for the condition of our highways, and more than half of our state’s bridges need repairs or replacement.
The Sunset Heights Association of Responsible People (SHARP) believes strongly in
supporting the community. For the past four years, SHARP has given out grants to local
organizations serving the neighborhood and the City. This year 17 groups
An off-leash dog walking area in Golden Gate Park, west of Spreckels Lake and near the
intersection of Fulton Street and 40th Avenue, is slated for a $2 million makeover
sometime this year.
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) board of directors voted unanimously on Dec. 5 to remove the Muni L-Taraval streetcar stop at 35th Avenue and Taraval Street in an effort to reduce transit times from the SF Zoo to
After community groups, certain city supervisors and the mayor’s office almost drove San Francisco’s recycling centers to extinction, California state Sen. Scott Wiener took
action to restore residents’ ability to get their deposit money back.