Last month, voters decisively chose a different direction for the school board, recalling all three Board of Education Commissioners on the ballot by large margins.
Lunar New Year Celebration at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile event attracts a crowd.
2022 is here and like in any other year, people are preparing for the big push in the spring real estate market. It seems like the COVID effect is behind us, and this year will turn out to be a normal real estate market.
San Francisco is a renter’s city–has been since 1849. The Richmond is no exception: Per Planning Department estimates, as many as 68 percent of Inner Richmond homes are renter occupied, and for […]
A proposal to replace the Sloat Garden Center at 2700 Sloat Blvd. with a 12-story, 400-condo, mixed-use residential building is now under review by the San Francisco Planning Department and starting to get public attention.
“So, let us not be blind to our differences – let us also direct attention to our common interest and to the means by which those differences can be resolved. And if we cannot end now our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity.”
Police Activity in the Sunset District, February 2022.
The view north across Geary Boulevard from Arguello Boulevard, January 1947. The Larkins Building (the former Park and Ocean Railroad Co. Geary Street Carbarn), with signage for T.F. Ormand Dodge and Plymouth dealer at left, Roosevelt Junior High School at right.
‘Dog Baby Talk’ cartoon by Paul Kilduff.
A very important process in our democracy is taking place now, although most folks I speak to aren’t even aware that it is happening. I am talking about the process of redistricting.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department has just released a plan for improved shuttle service along JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park.
‘Jack’s Raccoon’ by Hazel O’Neil.
Police Activity in the Richmond District, February 2022.
The closure of the eastern end of John F. Kennedy (JFK) Drive in Golden Gate Park has created a dangerous situation for couriers, delivery people and employees at the de Young Museum.
Back in January 2021, 84-year-old Vicha Ratanapakdee went on his daily walk around his Anza Vista neighborhood and was violently shoved to the pavement in what his family calls an unprovoked act of anti-Asian violence.