In response to St. Ignatius’ request to entirely cancel 3 Sunday markets and reduce another 7 Sunday markets to 1 block, I must point out the catastrophic impact this request will have on the sustainability of the Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile, as well as the livelihood of the 70-90 farmers, small businesses and organizations in attendance on a given Sunday and the community who have come to depend on the market.
For much of the time that Sunset citizen Olive Hackett-Shaughnessy told stories professionally, she was a single mom, raising three kids and holding down several jobs. Before she became a professional storyteller and made a living by telling stories five days a week, she held 36 different jobs ….
I love Chile rellenos, but I cannot digest the fat they are usually cooked with. And they are often filled with cheese, which my husband cannot tolerate. So, he created this quick to prepare, low fat and cheese-free version. The recipe does contain eggs and uses a lot of vegetables in stuffing the chiles.
Today, a new group of activists is looking to build on the foundation laid by McIntyre. They are fighting to preserve Slow Lake Street, one of several Slow Streets created by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) in 2020.
In the past we’ve shown you a lot of before and after housing offers, where a once-humble Richmond abode undergoes renovation and comes out the other side with not only a new […]
Original poetry by Edward Mycue. “Remembering Sinclair lewis I wrote this to connect with our depressing times through the distance screen.”
Another quarter is behind us and headlines are hopping about the cost of renting in San Francisco, so you might be wondering how rental prospects in the Richmond look? Like SF as […]
Information about two food-related events happening in August with columnist Shanta Nimbark Sacharoff.
It’s great to see voices from both the left and right, from Sandra Lee Fewer to Quintin Kopp. It’s great to see them write in long-form, not just short tweets that lead to half-formed, easily misinterpreted statements.
Answers to the Richmond Review crossword puzzle #4.
The flier advertising the Inner Sunset Free Fix-It Fair said it all: “We’ll try to fix anything – except electronics and relationships – for FREE. Bring your wobbly, loose, broken, frayed, splintered, torn, ripped, cracked severed item. If we can’t fix it, we’ll give you twice your money back.”
… we should be ever grateful that his voice is still strong. San Francisco would be infinitely poorer without him.
District One needs some help. We need the equivalent of Vision Zero, with its aim to reduce traffic fatalities. We need a Vision Zero to address the criminality that now exists in the Richmond and also address the degrading of the quality of life we see every day.
A city like San Francisco needs hundreds of street names, and you run out of obvious ones surprisingly quickly. On top of that, people turn out to have very strong opinions about […]
Here is my response to Mr. Norton’s recent letter to the editor.