Julie Pitta discusses interesting alternatives to how San Francisco can respond to unhoused people in crisis.
10 Photos of the Richmond District and Beyond in Dealing with the Pandemic
By Gui Oliveira As more and more San Franciscans abide by the shelter-in-place order decreed by Governor Newsom, residents must adapt to these changes, not to mention, widespread economic hardships. It now […]
Artist Employs a Variety of Materials to ‘Tap into Emotion’
Jeffrey Nemeroff’s artwork is very well traveled. He has exhibited throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, Russia and the Middle East. For now, he’s showing the fruits of his creativity on San Francisco’s west side.
Press Release: Political Action Event at Clement Street Farmers Market April 4
Public Citizen and MoveOn.org Plan a Socially Distanced Action in San Francisco on Sunday, April 4 as Part of Nationwide Push to Call on the U.S. Senate to Pass Transformative Democracy Legislation
Richmond District Native’s Film Shows Struggles of Caregivers
Richard Lui admits that he never would have made his directorial debut were it not for his own experience helping to take care of his father, Stephen, 87, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s eight years ago.
Local Filmmaker’s Humorous Paranormal Buddy Film Streaming on Amazon Prime
Filmmaker Neil George, 31, does not save his money for his retirement, a down payment on a home, a new car, trendy clothes or even the newest, most coveted electronic device. He saves, if not lives, to finance his next film.
City Moves to Require Landlords to Register Rental Units
Starting in 2022, landlords will have to register their residential rental units with San Francisco’s Residential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Board and get a license following a unanimous decision by this San Francisco Board of Supervisors to create an inventory list.
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Commentary: Quentin Kopp
As many Americans cogitate whether President Donald Trump (who was thumped) will appear on Jan. 20 for the installation of Joseph Biden as president, we should be satisfied with a customary American national election, ignoring the pollsters and mainstream media who diminish elections.
Major 2-Year Roadwork Project Begins on 19th Avenue
Commuters driving southbound on 19th Avenue from Lincoln Way might want to consider other options because a traffic lane will be shut down at certain places along that busy roadway all the way down to Holloway Avenue for at least the next 27 months.
Commentary: Organizing to Win!
I met Don Bechler during the successful living wage campaign in San Francisco in the late 1990s. As a result, 20,000 workers received a raise in pay. Many joined a union. After that campaign, he recruited me to join the fight to achieve an Improved Medicare for All.
Richmond District Yesteryear: Happy Richmond Halloween Memories
This is my favorite time of year, I always liked walking down California Street, kicking the leaves and collecting them for school art projects.
Remembering the Autumn Moon Festival in Photos
By Gui Oliveira September kicks off the Richmond District’s Autumn Moon Festival. Needless to say, this year the event won’t be like in previous years but neighbors can still participate virtually here. […]
Real Estate Market Remains Healthy on SF’s West Side
San Francisco Realtor Alexander Clark, however, said Zillow reports like these – and ensuing articles based upon them – are meant for “shock and awe” and often tell a partial story.
Press Release: Students Start New Tutoring Service in the Richmond
A small group of community-minded high school students in the Richmond District offered free tutoring this summer to third through eighth grade students in hopes of augmenting their academics during this stressful time.