Join us for a virtual Town Hall focused on Sunset Blvd. and 19th Avenue.
Winnie Quock, a recent graduate of George Washington High School in the Richmond District, was awarded a $2,500 prize after she placed first in the San Francisco Historical Society’s annual Fracchia Prize writing competition.
District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer and a coalition of local housing advocates announced on Oct. 16 the acquisition of the property located at 4200 Geary Blvd. – currently the site of a funeral home – to construct a 100%-affordable senior housing complex.
Frustrations over a San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) decision to change the admissions policy at Lowell High School in response to the COVID-19 pandemic boiled over at a recent virual school board meeting, as long-simmering racial issues took center stage.
This is my favorite time of year, I always liked walking down California Street, kicking the leaves and collecting them for school art projects.
… this very short video called “Maskology and You” which will surely amuse your viewers …
I am a retired law professor and oppose Proposition 16 …
The Shelter is a dark-comedy following the life of one lone man quarantining with shelter-in-place amid the global pandemic and economic crisis. The Shelter investigates the psychological states ‘Quaran’ encounters along his path while sheltering in place.
Outside the DeYoung museum on a recent foggy morning, 60+ people showed up decked out in streamers (and masks) to keep JFK Drive and the surrounding museum loop dedicated to bikers, pedestrians, and rollerbladers.
An art installation coming to Golden Gate Park will transform Peacock Meadow into an enchanted forest of otherworldly shapes and ever-changing light.
Community College of San Francisco (CCSF) is in serious danger of closing down, which would exacerbate the existing education achievement gap in San Francisco.
On Sunday Oct. 4, San Francisco lost one of its most loved and valued community leaders, Inner Sunset resident Randy Schiller.
The San Francisco Board of Education approved a change to the admissions criteria of Lowell High School for one year (school year 2021-22). The one-year admissions change is a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of existing criteria used in previous years to admit students.
Vote out those who support this. Local schools can form a private committee with their own resources to change a school’s name, if the community agrees.
Halloween is by far the most popular holiday in my house. Truly. My girls have countdown clocks on their phones where they not-so-patiently wait for October 1st and it cannot come soon enough.