News from local small businesses.
For the duration of the current public health emergency related to COVID-19, we are responding by making important changes to key SFMTA operations. This is an evolving and challenging situation, and it’s reasonable to have questions. That’s why we created an up-to-date resource to help you keep up with changes …
Community information from Supervisor Gordon Mar to address the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place order, with updates and website links.
Beginning today, in support of guidance on what we can all do to help slow the spread of coronavirus, 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until April 1, 2020.
Tales of the Sunset, by Suzy Loftus March 17, 2020 There is a piece of art that hangs on the wall of our Outer Sunset home that reads: “It is in the shelter […]
Cartoon by Hazel O’Neill: Shelter in Place on St. Patrick’s Day.
Information from Supervisor Gordon Mar about the shelter in place order in San Francisco.
Today, March 16, the health officer of the City and County of San Francisco issued a Shelter in Place Order, directing residents to stay at home except for essential services and business, effective March 17, 2020, through April 7, 2020.
At first Beauchamp figured he’d just take pictures for himself…the monuments, the mosques, Hagia Sophia and picturesque streets. However, the city has something better in store for him.
Suggestions for coping in these difficult times when classes, activities, and events have been shut down and those of us who are older are being strongly encouraged to stay home.
A couple years ago, Inner Richmond resident and artist Paul Baker found a tintype (photo printed on tin, not paper) at one of his favorite stores, Past Perfecton on Geary Blvd. It jumpstarted an idea he’d had for a major sculpture.
Supervisor Gordon Mar shares the latest updates about dealing with the coronavirus.
Photos at the Dutch Windmill and the Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden in Golden Gate Park. March 13, 2020.
Millennials may not earn the title of “greatest generation,” but we have most certainly earned the moniker: “first generation.” We are the first to have every stage of our life upended by the powerful and modern mix of climate change, digitization, and globalization – let’s call this the connected world.
Organizers of Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary celebration announced today that a parkwide birthday event on Saturday, April 4, 2020 is being rescheduled for a date later this year.