Last year we wrote about how the new Central Subway to Chinatown could, once upon a time, have connected to the Richmond instead, and why those designs never manifested. Since then, a […]
Previously, we wrote about the very first road into the Richmond, and how this umbilical connection to the rest of the city ushered in the housing development that made the Richmond, well, […]
Not many home listings can be called infamous; of course, not many would want to be, but you don’t get to pick and choose your accolades. The once-ritzy property at 224 Sea […]
Photojournalist Jeremy Word’s photos of two Taraval Street record stores.
The most important thing about housing is actually transit–you’re never going to sell a house nobody can get to, and even to this day, homes in SF’s western neighborhoods struggle with the […]
Photos from the “Light Up the Night” event – a bicycle parade – in Golden Gate Park, Jan.m 29, 2022. Photos by John Oppenheimer.
This is not as straightforward of a question as it seems. For one thing, it depends on what source we’re relying on: The standard (and easiest) authority on home-selling is the go-to […]
Tiny forests are native, quick-growing woods – 600 seedlings planted on land the size of a tennis court. Working with nature, not against it, means these forests mature quickly.
The truth is that this recall is being driven not by public school parents, but by big money interests that want to steal our democracy.
The innovative program will help residents retrieve their five to 10 cents recycling deposit while eliminating financial and logistical burdens on small businesses
olice Department partners with Self-Help for the Elderly, East West Bank to make banking safer for seniors
When showing off housing in the Richmond, the Golden Gate Bridge is a pretty solid ace in the hole. Sure, the bridge inspires and represents the entire city, and lots of locations […]
Last week we confirmed the rumors that in fact people do seem to move out of the Richmond less frequently than they do SF in general and many other SF neighborhoods. But […]
A couple weeks back a reader left a comment proposing that the Richmond was a more stable neighborhood than much of the rest of San Francisco because fewer people move in or […]
The late 19th century, when development in the Richmond truly escalated, was the golden age of the Queen Anne-style Victorian, and the neighborhood sports many fine specimens–but not, evidently, as many as […]