The fate of the University of California, San Francisco’s (UCSF) Laurel Heights campus, located at 3333 California St., appears to be in limbo – for the moment – as U.C. regents focus on what to do with the university’s Mission Bay projects.
The George Washington High School Alumni Association will host an induction dinner at the Cliff House Restaurant, 1090 Point Lobos, on Thursday, May 1, to induct two alumni into its Hall of […]
by Ryder W. Miller Scientists have been busy studying earthquakes, meteors and searching for life in the solar system, significantly altering our understanding of the universe in the last decade. “Dark Universe,” […]
by Ryder W. Miller The annual Audubon Society bird count had a record turnout for participation and the number of bird species counted in the history of the local chapter count. Throughout […]
by Thomas K. Pendergast For a second time the San Francisco Planning Commission has delayed a decision on a controversial building project in the middle of the Richmond District, moving a hearing […]
The City and County of San Francisco has launched a Zero Waste Textile Initiative, encouraging residents and businesses to recycle unwanted apparel, footwear and other textiles at an event at the Westfield […]
A controversial proposal to construct two buildings on corner lots at the intersection of 26th Avenue and Clement Street came up at the San Francisco Planning Commission in January, but commissioners quickly punted it down their calendar with a continuance, rescheduling it for the commission’s Feb. 20 meeting.
There are only a handful of schools available to sixth through eighth graders living in the west side of San Francisco, and for many students, they simply won’t do. The SF Unified […]
Another person has come forward to accuse Local 648 of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union International of hiring non-union people at minimum wage to picket a chain of markets in San Francisco because they employ non-union workers.
The Friends of Cabrillo Playground are creating tiles to raise money for new furnishings and fixtures at the playground and clubhouse, including a new ping pong table.
by Jonathan Farrell Chefs John Rutherford and Matthew Fast are pleased and honored to provide culinary classes to the local community and neighborhoods by teaching at the San Francisco Recreation and Park […]
City planners and the SF Bicycle Coalition are set to create more of these “cycle tracks” around San Francisco but opposition is growing against the design found along John F. Kennedy Drive, near the east side of Golden Gate Park, with some disabled people and even some bicyclists saying that this design is more dangerous for them than not having any bike lanes at all.
Fraud: Dec. 18, 10:30 a.m., 16th Avenue and Balboa Street A 64-year-old woman was waiting for a bus when the first suspect approached and asked if there was a herbal doctor located […]
Most people do not immediately associate the holiday season with rock ‘n’ roll, but that did not stop dozens of rock history buffs from coming out to the San Francisco Library’s Merced Branch on Dec. 12 for a presentation titled “Blue Suede Jews: Jews in the Golden Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll.”