The annual twelve-day-only celebration of pianos in the park marks its fifth year at San Francisco Botanical Garden with a special anniversary edition, featuring more performances, special events and new opportunities for the public to play.
Events are scheduled at the Presidio to celebrate the history of early Californians.
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Gordon Mar presented a Carnegie Medal to Sunset resident Nick Anderson for courageous actions in saving five lives.
Sunday Streets in Golden Gate Park. June 9, 2019. Photos by Gui Oliveira.
Inner Sunset Farmer’s Market celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Thank you Supervisor Mar for your remarks regarding the green required to build our urban canopy and the green required to provide critical city services for working families and small businesses here in D4.
A few years back, I decided to make a huge change in my life. After a decade in the travel industry, I found the role to be unfulfilling and decided to embrace my lifetime passion, fine art, and illustration.
On May 3, parents and caretakers of children who attend the Parkside Preschool and Kindergarten on 19th Avenue at Taraval Street were informed by letter that the school will be closing after decades of serving the needs of preschoolers. The school will cease to operate on June 28.
Impaired driving is more than just alcohol. It also means cannabis, prescription drugs and other drugs. So, please be smart and plan your celebrations with everyone’s safety in mind.
Things to do on San Francisco’s west side in June, 2019.
The annual outdoor music festival series at Sigmond Stern Grove begins on June 16 and will continue every Sunday for 10 weeks. This year marks the 82nd season of free concerts for San Francisco residents and visitors.
There is much that can be said about public safety and we have been having many of these conversations at City Hall and in the Sunset District over the last month.
Police activity in the Sunset District in May, 2019.
The N-Judah streetcar leads all other light rail lines in switchbacks, according to a new San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) report, released after the practice was banned completely from the T-Third-line that serves the Bayview District because of “equity” issues.
A new ordinance that passed at the SF Board of Supervisors is becoming law on June 2. It will affect all sales of buildings of three units and up. The legislation is known as the Community Opportunity to Purchase Act, or COPA for short.