As housing prices soared with the current real estate cycle, the housing crisis has gotten worse and though many solutions have been proposed, the push for more Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) have gained some traction recently.
Schubert’s was recently designated a legacy business, having operated in the City for more than 30 years. During this time, Schubert’s has built up a loyal customer base.
Classes at Star of the Sea, a Catholic elementary school on Ninth Avenue at Geary Boulevard, in the heart of the Richmond District, will be suspended at the end of the school year in June due to declining enrollment. The preschool will remain open.
A long-time Richmond District landmark, the Balboa Theater, gained legacy business status last fall. The theater first opened its doors on Feb. 7, 1926.
Muni details route changes and street closures for the 420 event in Golden Gate Park, Easter Sunrise service on Mount Davidson and the ongoing streetscape project in the Inner Sunset this weekend.
Sunset Music and Arts is a yearlong concert series of Incarnation Episcopal Church that features over 40 concerts along with travelogues and workshops/masterclasses.
To accommodate the final phase of the Inner Sunset Streetscape Improvement Project, Muni will run bus shuttles for the N Judah Line between Ocean Beach and Carl and Cole streets starting Saturday, April 13 and will continue for approximately two weeks.
Recess Collective is a non-profit organization hosting their first fundraiser on May 4, 1-5 p.m. It will be an afternoon of family fun including face-painting, live music and children’s activities.
Affordable Housing Crisis By SF Supervisor Gordon Mar A record number of high-profile tech companies are looking to hold IPOs (a.k.a, go public) this year, including Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Pinterest, among […]
The People of Parksode/Sunset (POPS) community organization has taken an official position to demand that the San Francisco Transportation Agency (SFMTA) properly evaluate the need for a dedicated transit lane on Taraval Street.
The Wongs are a native San Franciscan family dating back 30 years, and have been dancing professionally in Chinese folk dance for generations.
Photos from St. Patrick’s Day, 2019 in front of the United Irish Cultural Center on 45th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard. Photos by Michael Durand.
I am seeing more properties coming onto the market and preparing for a good spring selling season. The factors affecting optimism seem to be the instability of the stock market and buyer hesitations that we might be at the top of the market.
Interestingly, Phil Ting’s list of things California leads the nation in left off some metrics. I wonder why?
After spending six months trying to convince the SF Recreation and Parks Dept. to adopt objective standards for noise levels from the Outside Lands Festival, on Jan. 17, the SF Recreation and Park Commission (SFRPC) ignored complaints from more than 200 SF residents and approved a 10-year extension of the Festival Use Permit with no noise limits.