“A tree planting brings neighbors together,” said FUF Executive Director DanFlanagan. “We love to help neighborhood residents transform and improve their blocks.”
The Sound Dunes, a Sunset District-based rock ‘n’ roll band, plays at local venues.
In addition to its archiving function, the archive is an activist organization, advocating
for a free and open Internet.
Police report for March, 2017
Katy Tang represents District 4 on the SF Board of Supervisors
and can be reached at (415) 554-7460 or
Assemblyman Phil Ting submitted legislation in Sacramento
on Feb. 15 that would change the speed limit on Golden Gate Park
roads from 25 miles-per-hour (m.p.h.) to 15 m.p.h.
The goal of forming a Green Benefit District (GBD) for the Inner Sunset District has been proposed.
Starting in March, groundwater
held in a huge underground
aquifer under the west side will
be pumped out and blended with water from the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
A dozen years ago bonfires on
Ocean Beach were almost
banned, but after a long struggle,
which included the possibility of
by-permit-only burning, the
National Park Service (NPS) will
be putting out additional fire pits
San Francisco supervisors Katy Tang and Asha Safai are using a tag-team approach to tackle affordable housing.
“Don’t give them a chance!
Not even a chance!” the man with the glasses screamed, as an uproar and yelling swelled throughout the room, verging on
More than 400 veterans spend day mingling with animals The SF Zoo and Gardens opened its 100-acre classroom, conservation center and park to more than 420 invited veterans and caretakers on Sept. […]
Twenty-five years ago a small group of San Francisco residents representing a community devastated by the AIDS epidemic gathered in a dilapidated grove in Golden Gate Park to restore it and create […]
Activist groups representing feminism, ethnicity and sexual identity rights were represented (above) at a Dare to D.R.E.A.M festival, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which was held at the Richmond District Neighborhood Center, 741 30th Ave., on Monday, Jan. 23. Below left, Maddie Mandich, a case management program manager, stands in a rainbow made out of balloons. In the lower right, parents Candace Lum and Tony Tam, with their children, Olivia, 4, and Theo, 2, watch Jessie Lamb silk-screen T-shirts.
By John M Lee In the Richmond District, single-family home prices rose by double digits for the fifth year in a row, with median prices appreciating by 10.3 percent in 2016 – […]