A fundraiser will be held on March 28, 2019 at the Cliff House restaurant to benefit the baseball and softball programs.
… if you read the ordinance, you will find that, if adopted, it would perpetuate and aggravate the housing crisis.
Things to do in the Richmond and Sunset districts.
A comprehensive list of resources for families in San Francisco.
Retirement brings many blessings – free time, an opportunity to do what you want – but there’s a downside.
On Sunday, February 24, 2019, over 125 people assembled in the A.P. Giannini Middle School library to discuss ways to bring more City College classes to the Sunset District.
Interestingly, Phil Ting’s list of things California leads the nation in left off some metrics. I wonder why?
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department unveiled its new main trail through the Oak Woodlands in Golden Gate Park on Feb 22, 2019. The scenic path was dedicated to Phil Arnold, a longtime advocate for local parks, open space and recreational trail opportunities.
Custom picture framer, Joe Dellert, owner of Artisans of San Francisco in the Sunset District, has earned the prestigious designation of Master Certified Picture Framer (MCPF) from the Professional Picture Framers Association (PPFA).
After spending six months trying to convince the SF Recreation and Parks Dept. to adopt objective standards for noise levels from the Outside Lands Festival, on Jan. 17, the SF Recreation and Park Commission (SFRPC) ignored complaints from more than 200 SF residents and approved a 10-year extension of the Festival Use Permit with no noise limits.
On Sunday, March 3, the Richmond Neighborhood Center will host a celebration of immigrant cultures in the Richmond District.
Information on the monthly Presidio Greenbelt Clean-Up Workday.
The two pieces of a 3-D model of the West Portal neighborhood is on display at the West Portal Branch Library at 190 Lenox Way at Ulloa Street and West Portal Avenue.
San Francisco has a ”good” problem, and it’s trying to figure out how to spend $185 million of the $415 million surplus from a fund originally designated for education.
“Harbor Defenses of San Francisco” is a concise, full-color edition that covers all batteries, fire control observation/spotting stations, power houses and automatic weapon positions.