Celebrate the Lunar New Year – The Year of the Tiger – with your Sunset District neighbors and friends at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile.
Police activity in the Richmond District in January 2022
The exhilarating feeling of gliding along is what makes roller skating a joy. And, for many, Golden Gate Park is one of the best places to experience it.
A controversial plan to exterminate the entire mouse population on the Farallon Islands this coming fall is moving forward, after the California Coastal Commission voted to green-light an invasive rodent eradication project last December despite environmental concerns.
Why have a giant vase in Golden Gate Park depicting bugs attacking cherubs?
Few things get housing watchers hotter under the collar than the question of whether and how we should be building more homes on San Francisco’s west side. Be you for the proposal […]
Here is an article by Heather Knight in the SF Chronicle and another OpEd piece by Matt Gonzalez in which he articulates his reasons for supporting the Feb. 15 recall of three Board of Education commissioners.
When the 157-year-old Cliff House restaurant closed its doors in December 2020, it was “another blow to lose an iconic restaurant in San Francisco,” said Nicole Meldahl, executive director of the Western Neighborhoods Project. Nevertheless, as one door closes, a window opens.
With the start of the Lunar New Year and following a surge in anti-Asian hate, Supervisor Gordon Mar was joined by community leaders and the SF Police Department to announce five new public safety programs for the Sunset District, the Asian community and seniors.
Three school board members of the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) face a recall election this month and now funding issues for such recall elections plus a proposal to amend the San Francisco City Charter related to recall elections in general have emerged.
The SF Board of Education is up to more shenanigans, now creating a new zone-based school assignment policy that focuses more on neighborhoods but assesses the block-by-block racial/income/English proficiency make-up of zones.
Phyllis Nabhan had been feeling uneasy and less safe for quite a while watching other businesses in the neighborhood along Clement Street get burglarized one after the other.
I know affordable housing is desperately needed in San Francisco, and I support it, even if that means the housing is almost literally in my backyard. But is it too much to ask that we take the toxics out of the soil before breaking ground?
Photos from the “Light Up the Night” event – a bicycle parade – in Golden Gate Park, Jan.m 29, 2022. Photos by John Oppenheimer.
Celebrity homes are a guilty pleasure of many SF housing watchers, but the Richmond does not get as many gilded homeowners as some neighborhoods–you win some, you lose some. But until just […]