I thank District 1 voters for sending me to represent our incredible and vibrant district in City Hall. I know the responsibility of this office means I am tasked with fighting against special and corporate interests and advocating for working people, immigrants and communities of color.
As chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, in December I released the “Preserve, Respond, Protect, Recover” budget blueprint.
Whether or not another impeachment of the lying, cheating, draft-dodging Donald Trump is inarguably warranted, its mootness reassures more antics by the one-time television performer who borrows money and doesn’t repay it.
“I killed the president because he was the enemy of the good people – the good working people,” were among Czolgosz’s last words before being executed.
Joint strategy from Supervisor Mar, SFMTA, Recreation and Parks, SFCTA, and SFPD will address safety impacts of traffic redirected from Great Highway during emergency closure
San Francisco officials have unveiled plans to build a seven-story apartment building with 100% affordable housing on Irving Street at 26th Avenue.
WELCOME! Welcome to the world Renata Ruby Rhodes! Born on Jan. 17, 2021.
An ambitious plan to dramatically expand the University of California San Francisco’s (UCSF) Parnassus campus over the next 30 years has been approved by the University of California’s Board of Regents despite community objections and a resolution passed by the SF Board of Supervisors asking the Board to delay making a decision.
With the cancellation of the annual Chinese New Year parade due to the pandemic, communities across the Sunset and Richmond districts are finding new ways to celebrate.
SFUSD to Change Schools’ Names: ‘Guiding Principles’ Deem George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Others Unworthy of the Honor
“All the schools that are on the list, their names will be changed,” Commissioner Mark Sanchez said. “So, we just want to be really clear with our communities that that’s going to happen.
This negligence not only shows disrespect for us SF citizens, but for the noble idea that parks can offer us a breath of nature within our own City limits.
Like the 2019 artistic triumph, “The Last Black Man in San Francisco,” “Girl in Golden Gate Park” depicts characters who find themselves living at the
In his new book, “Torn Lilacs,” Richmond District resident Henry Michalski tells the horrific and yet remarkable story of his parents, who were among the millions of people “displaced” by WWII.
A broad coalition of community groups led by Richmond District Rising (RDR) has teamed up for a drive to collect and deliver clothing and supplies to the neighborhood’s homeless. The drive’s organizers also hope to raise awareness about the vulnerability of our unhoused neighbors, especially during the winter months.
I had the honor of interviewing Mr. Mar to gain insight on his job as supervisor, his battle with coronavirus in July of 2020, and his plans to run for supervisor once more.