Things do on San Francisco’s west side in January, 2020.
The Richmond District single-family home prices rose for the eighth year in a row with median prices appreciating by 5 percent in 2019 and a 122 percent increase from the low of 2011.
Although she has ended her fanciful campaign for president of the United States, the heuristic Kamala Harris remains a United States senator. As Savannah Blackwell, SFProgressive editor, wrote 15 years ago: “… by law, Harris should not even be the city’s district attorney.
Christine Raher poses with a new friend at the Richmond Neighborhood Center’s toy drive event on Dec. 17. Raher was recently named Woman Lawn Bowler of the Year by the 130-member San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club based in Golden Gate Park.
California is in the midst of a housing crisis. For decades, we have not been building enough homes to meet demand. In fact, by some estimates, we’ve produced only 40 percent of what is needed since 2007.
Kaiser Permanente Half Marathon, 10K and 5K, Feb. 2, 2020, Golden Gate Park, starts at 8 a.m.
Police activity in the Richmond District in December, 2019.
Where to find copies of the Richmond Review newspaper.
Richmond District resident Katherine Howard has been collecting Christmas ornaments since 1983. She now has so many ornaments – numbering in the “many thousands” – that she starts decorating her apartment in September and continues through the Christmas season.
The photo, circa 1905, above shows a three-story home made from old horsecars on La Playa, between Irving and Judah streets, in a bohemian enclave known as Carville at Ocean Beach.
Hundreds of hearty souls braved the chilly Pacific Ocean waves at San Francisco’s Ocean Beach on the first day of 2020 to start the new year off with an exhilarating experience.
The memorial has two life-size bronze statues of characters from Cervantes’ most famous novel, “Don Quixote.” The titular protagonist and his sidekick Sancho Panza are both kneeling and looking up at a larger-than-life bust of the author.
After months of speculation about the renovations taking place at the fire-damaged Golden Star Laundry and Cleaner at the corner of 23rd Avenue and California Street, neighbors were excited to see the restaurant Pearl 6101 open in May, 2018.
The linchpin of this happy ending is the city’s Small Sites Program (SSP). Launched in 2014 by the late SF Mayor Ed Lee, the program is aimed at helping low- and middle-income renters avoid displacement and eviction.
Taking place at the Fort Mason campus art gallery, students, faculty, and activists convened in an exhibition displaying student art in protest of the classes getting cut for the 2019-2020 academic year.