Board members guiding San Francisco’s school district might consider the fate of murals on the life of first president George Washington at his namesake high school settled, but opponents of the plan to cover them are responding like Revolutionary War hero, John Paul Jones, when he said he had only begun to fight.
A ‘Taste of Russia’ Honors Cultural Traditions
The Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Cathedral, the Richmond District landmark with its distinctive golden onion domes, was the site of the annual Taste of Russia Festival on Oct. 20. The festival has been held every year since 2006.
Legislators Alarmed for Districts Vulnerable to Firestorms
After a Civil Grand Jury reported that large parts of San Francisco could burn to the ground after an earthquake if something is not done soon, four city supervisors and a state assemblyman have called the situation urgent and demanded action.
Mayor’s Salute to Veterans Parade – Sunday, Nov. 10
Mayor’s Salute to Veterans Parade, Sunday, Nov. 10, 11 a.m. at Fisherman’s Wharf. World War II 75th commemoration.
Letter to the Editor: Hazards for Mobility-Challenged Citizens
I am a mobility-challenged senior. I use a scooter, crutches and walker to get around. I have trouble with the yellow dome bump pads they are putting on every corner. I can lose balance, slip on them if wet and can’t roll up them (too much friction). I’m not strong enough on one leg.
Press Release: SFMTA Community Discussion, L-Taraval Construction
You’re invited. Please join us to learn more and have a discussion about staging locations for L Taraval Improvement Project Segment B’s work (Sunset Boulevard to West Portal).
Public Horseback Riding Returns to GG Park
Equestrian enthusiasts can now experience Golden Gate
Park on horseback, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today.
Movie Screenings at the 4 Star Theatre
Movie Screenings: One Richmond Art and Culture Series for Older Adults will be hosting two free movie screenings – “The Farewell” on Nov. 16 at 1:30 p.m. and a Russian comedy called “What a Mess!” on Nov. 23 at 1:30 p.m. 4 Star Theatre, 2200 Clement St. Everyone is welcome and no pre-registration is required.
Wee Scotty to Open New Location in the Sunset (Ad)
Wee Scotty is excited to announce a relocation to the Sunset District. We are opening a new location at 1900 Taraval St., at 29th Avenue (on the L-Taraval streetcar line) on December 2!
theFrontSteps’ Richmond Real Estate Market Recap
I sell a ton of real estate around San Francisco and Marin, but it’s the west side….the Avenues (Outer Richmond, specifically)… that is my home, my backyard, my playground. It’s a great […]
Senior Spotlight – Stroke Awareness Workshop Oct. 29
There have been conflicting times for the Oct. 29 workshop on Stroke Awareness. Apparently the session runs from 1:30-2:30 p.m., not 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Far Out Gallery: Anne Marguerite Herbst
Anne Marguerite Herbst: Suspended Animation, Nov. 2 to Dec. 1. Saturday, Nov. 2: Opening reception, 1-5 p.m. Artist’s talk, 2 p.m.
Artist: Michael Pedroni
“M. Pedroni’s Big Show” is a wide-ranging display of work by artist Michael Pedroni at Busvan, 244 Clement St. The show runs for three weekends: Oct. 19 and 20, Oct. 26 and 27, and Nov. 2 and 3.
Benefit Concert at Zion Lutheran Church (Sponsored Content)
Known for the passionate performance of bold new music, Earplay offers audiences a unique opportunity to hear eloquent, vivid compositions from the evolving chamber genre, including world premieres and commissions.
Press Release: UCSF Plan for Re-envisioning the Parnassus Campus
UCSF’s Plan for Re-Envisioning the Parnassus Campus and Upcoming Public Meeting As a public university, UCSF seeks to improve people’s lives through its worldwide mission of delivering the best patient care, research […]