A free all-star concert, dubbed “Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2,” was held at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park on June 20.
Members of the Other Avenues Food Co-op celebrate after the Outer Judah Street business was named “small business
of the year” by District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang.
The building would have four stories, with the upper three built over a parking garage. The residential floors would encircle a central courtyard.
Katy Tang, who represents the Sunset and Parkside districts on the SF Board of Supervisors, announced on June 12 that she would not be seeking re-election this November. Tang has promised that she will serve out her term, breaking a pattern that has seen several mayor-appointed supervisors replacing early departures from the District 4 office.
Supervisors are limited to two four-year terms. The policy theory was that such a system would encourage everyday citizens, not aspiring politicians, to lead San Francisco legislatively. That’s a fallacy.
This photograph, circa 1950, shows the #1-California streetcar at the western terminus of the line, located on California Street and 32nd Avenue…
Fun and educational activities for the whole family.
I examined the single-family home markets in the Richmond and Sunset districts because these two markets generally track very closely together and compared them against the data in San Francisco as a whole.
Lopez, a professor in the cinema department at City College of San Francisco, spoke about this dark chapter of city history at a recent meeting of the San Francisco History Association, after a screening of her documentary on the subject – “A Second Final Resting Place: the History of San Francisco’s Lost Cemeteries.”
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) will enlist 25,000 commercial electricity customers citywide into the program starting in June.
Police activity in the Richmond District.
In June, we officially launched the One Richmond initiative with a community kickoff party at Argonne Elementary School. The launch was a huge success and an amazing showcase of the four components of One Richmond: we’re inclusive; we take care of each other; we take care of the Richmond; and, we shop and eat locally.
Almost every Californian, drivers and non-drivers alike, has to interact with our Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). And we all have heard or experienced horror stories about long waits at the DMV office.
At a community meeting held in June at the San Francisco County Fair Building, representatives from the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) presented two concepts for revamping the intersection, along with plans to add a block of Ninth Avenue, between Lincoln Way and Irving Street, into the project.
News items from the Richmond District.