Police activity in the Richmond District.
Commentary: Sandra Lee Fewer
This November, San Francisco voters will have the opportunity to vote on two housing measures: Propositions D and E.
Assembly: Phil Ting
CA’s Seed Money for College As the new school year begins, parents naturally look ahead and wonder about their kids’ educational future. Pursuing a degree is often at the top of the […]
‘Kilduff’s Korner’ by Paul Kilduff
Cartoon by Paul Kilduff.
Real Estate: John M. Lee
As a student of real estate my entire life, 2022 holds special interest for me as this prolonged real estate cycle is changing. Normally in September I write about what we can expect in our fall real estate market because it marks the start of our second selling season of the year in San Francisco.
Commentary: Quentin L. Kopp
I think it’s timely to recommend (as I traditionally have done since my first year on the Board of Supervisors in 1972), ballot measure votes and candidate elections.
Letter to the Editor: SF’s Future Cannot Return to Car-Centric Design
SF’s future cannot return to car centric design through the reopening of JFK Drive, the Upper Great Highway, and Slow streets to automobiles.
Letter to the Editor: Speeding Traffic a Major Concern on the West Side
I’ve noticed the high speed in 19th Avenue. Ive talked to bus drivers and the response its been the same: the speed of some drivers is very high and above the limits. It feels dangerous to be close to the road or even 10 feet away, close to the wall of a house or business …
City Hall: Connie Chan
Not only will we be voting on several state measures, including codifying abortion access, San Francisco voters will also have a say in 15 local measures and will choose candidates for elected office impacting all levels of our government.
Commentary: Paul Kozakiewicz (Richmond Review)
Lately, newsracks that used to carry numerous newspapers and magazines have been removed from city streets – putting a serious dent in the distribution of those publications, including the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers.
News Analysis: Traffic at a Crossroads
San Francisco’s streets with traffic restrictions will face key decisions in coming months, including the approaching November ballot.
Thank You to Our Generous Donors!
Sincere thanks to the readers who generously donated to the Nourish Your Neighborhood Newspaper campaign.
‘Looking Back’: Pioneer Log Cabin
The Pioneer Log Cabin near Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park was dedicated in 1911. It is still in great shape because it is made of interlocking unpeeled redwood logs. Redwood is resistant to both insects and rot if water is not left to collect on it.
Letter to the Editor: Free Tai Chi Chih Classes in the Sunset
For readers of the Sunset Beacon: There is a new Tai Chi Chih class happening at 40th Avenue and Vicente Street at the South Sunset Community Center.
Announcements: September 2022
Announcements for the Richmond and Sunset districts for September, 2022.