Every 10 years, our City’s charter requires that we draw new district lines based on the decennial census to ensure our population per district is as evenly distributed as possible. San Francisco had at-large supervisor races until 1976 when district elections led to the election of Harvey Milk. District elections were repealed in 1980, then reinstated in 1996, taking effect in 2000.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and I am happy to celebrate with a historic state investment in our AAPI community.
Reflecting on a recent sale, an SF realtor on Instagram this week wondered, “Is this the last house in the Sunset that will sell under $1 million?” Great question–let’s see. For reference, […]
Sometimes a home listing furnishes a little extra neighborhood history and character–even when said history is actually no longer with us. Case in point, a condo that just came up for sale […]
After all, the purpose of government is to subsidize, maintain and enhance the class interests of the wealthy, a mission it does exceedingly well.
It seems fairly obvious to all but the smallest percentage of people, that if the highway is going to be open to traffic during the week, it’s ludicrous to close the highway at noon on Fridays.
A wild new Sea Cliff listing caught our eye this week, described as a “lovely Craftsman style” property that soars up to three stories and sprawls across over 2,100 square feet. That […]
There is more at stake in reducing artificial light than exploring the universe, important as that is.
14TH ANNUAL OUTSIDE LANDS SET FOR AUGUST 5-7, 2022
2022 LINEUP INCLUDES
GREEN DAY, POST MALONE AND SZA
This dish is easy to make in a big batch. You can prepare the sauce on your day off and then finish the dish in minutes on your busy work day.
San Francisco’s remodel wars are actually a bit quieter these days than they used to be. Not because people are any less passionate about whether and how we should preserve classic houses, […]
“The Ambassador of 38th Avenue” is a collection of life lessons I learned throughout my life, beginning in the Sunset District (38th & Vicente).
San Francisco’s legendary 420 celebration will return to Hippie Hill/Robin Williams Meadow in Golden Gate Park on Wednesday, April 20,
Rather than expending energy on opposing new development, I wish neighbors would pressure the City to work toward a more sustainable future …
The historic Battery Bluff in the Presidio opens on April 23, inviting visitors to enjoy six acres of beautifully restored park land that features gardens, picnic tables, overlooks with sweeping views of the Golden Gate,