Police activity in the Richmond District, December 2021.
While the new exhibition at the de Young Museum, titled Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo (Dec. 18-April 17, 2022), may feature more than 70 works by the French-born landscape artist, the show is really not about him.
San Francisco will have to build about 25% more housing, and dedicate that strictly for blue-collar and skilled workers, to meet the demands of both current and future job requirements, according to a recent report.
A new building project to replace a single-story dance school and theater at 3055 Clement St., at the intersection with 32nd Avenue, is scheduled to come before the San Francisco Planning Commission on Jan. 13.
Richmond District rapper Kyle Shin (a.k.a. Son of Paper) released his new album, “Always Autumn,” in December. The work touches on different themes, such as the pain of loss and the transience of moments and stories, while simultaneously fusing a smooth and melodic vocal style born in Son of Paper music.
The controversy about whether the wheels rolling through Golden Gate Park and along the Upper Great Highway (UGH) should be on cars, or vehicles without motors, rolled into court in December via a lawsuit.
On Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19, Simple Pleasures Coffee Roastery was transformed into a small pop-up Holiday Bazaar. There were 20 to 25 local artists from the Westside of San Francisco who participated in this event.
With 2021 drawing to a close we already examined some of the most notable Richmond home sales of the year, but what about those that have yet to close the deal? With […]
The past decade or so has been dismal for anyone who values Golden Gate Park as a sanctuary filled with natural wonders.
I am impressed by the December commentary by the Honorable Quintin L., Kobb where he begins with the quote “Upon the education of the people of this country the fate of this country depends.”
Congrats for recognizing Chris Duderstadt’s contribution to our neighborhood.
As we’ve said before, price is not everything when it comes to writing about housing. But it IS the thing that’s on people’s minds most often, and how could it not be? […]
San Francisco has taken a few baby steps, and that’s good. This race is an ultramarathon; we need to be sprinting flat out right now.
The innovative program will help residents retrieve their five to 10 cents recycling deposit while eliminating financial and logistical burdens on small businesses
If you spend time on the Great Walkway, you may have seen me out there on a weekend, handing out flyers and stickers and asking if you’d like to help preserve the space’s future as a park.