Editor and Publisher of the Richmond Review, Michael Durand, reflects on the COVID-19 public health crisis and how it impacts the community and the publication.
Robbery: Irving Street and 35th Avenue, March 2, 2:25 p.m. Officers responded to a report of robbery at gunpoint. The victim reported that he was sitting in his vehicle, when the suspect […]
Richmond Review Police Blotter for March.
The Sunset Neighborhood Help Group provides important resources to community members in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All sexual assault charges against a former employee of the Edgewood Center for Children and Families in San Francisco’s Sunset District have been dropped for lack of evidence, although another former employee still faces unrelated charges alleging possession of child pornography.
In the Sunset District, the degree to which local businesses are being affected varies based on when they were forced to close and their ability to maintain other ways to generate income. But they are all struggling to support their employees and their customers and await an uncertain future if and when they reopen.
Pandemic Prompts Shelter-in-Place Order: Businesses Struggle to Survive
The heart of Golden Gate Park is the Music Concourse, an open-air plaza flanked by two state-of-the-art cultural institutions: the California Academy of Sciences and the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum. It is also the site of the beloved Japanese Tea Garden.
Many visitors and some locals delight at seeing a small herd of buffalo in Golden Gate Park. Seasoned San Franciscans and knowledgable visitors know the truth: the large, lumbering animals grazing in the enclosed meadow along John F. Kennedy Drive just west of Spreckels Lake aren’t buffalo. They are American bison.
Advice from health care agencies (such as the CDC) about the importance of personal sanitation and keeping social distance from others to protect ourselves may have helped us in minimizing the infected cases of the coronavirus.
Updates from Supervisor Gordon Mar on financial assistance available to citizens who need help during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order.
The mixed media of Salvadoran artist Dilcia Giron begins “in the moment,” inspired by “observations of our daily life.” Unwilling to limit herself to one signature art form, she constantly explores new patterns, shapes and techniques through her printmaking, painting, photography, collage, digital illustration, and performance as well as collaboration with other artists in diverse media.
Buyers and sellers have been asking if the real estate market is going to drop after we get out of this mess. The answer is: it will. It is not a question of if, but when, and how much damage this crisis will do to our economy.
By Jonathan Farrell Some fiddling around helps feed the needy while shoppers at Andronico’s on Irving Street get to enjoy some “old-time music.” That is what Dinah Stroe and her group of […]
Businesses open for pick-up or delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic.