Pang opened his business at 2605 Clement St. in 2005. It was originally a print shop but in 2017 it became his art gallery, called Little Gallery. He is currently looking to exhibit other artists’ creations and hopes to exhibit more of his work in different spaces.
Swim to the end of the pool became one of Wood’s mantras in courage. “What this meant to me was always try your hardest and complete your goals, while maintaining your dignity,”
Updates from Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
A recap of police activity in the Richmond District last month.
The Medical-Legal Partner ship for Seniors, or MLPS as it is known, is working to help seniors overcome those obstacles by using a new model for delivering legal help to vulnerable populations.
On Oct. 25, at the second of three meetings hosted by District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer at the Richmond Recreation Center, ideas for sprucing up that long stretch of grass and trees between Fulton and Lake streets were voted upon by more than a dozen people who live around the area.
Richmond District residents suspecting that there was a jump in auto burglaries this past year now have proof, as newly released SF Police Department (SFPD) statistics show a dramatic rise in the district, even as the rest of the city’s burglary rate dropped from
A lawsuit seeking to put the brakes on the Geary Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit (Geary-BRT) plan has come to the end of the road, after a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled in the City’s favor.
The 24th annual Sunset Community Festival was held at the West Sunset Playground, located near the Ortega Branch Library at 39th Avenue and Ortega Street, on Sept. 22.
The non-profit SF Veg Society presents its 19th annual World Veg Fest in honor of its 50th anniversary and World Vegetarian Day. The festival features lectures, creative plant-based cooking demos, vegan cuisine and vegan-friendly merchandise. The event will […]
On Oct. 19, Playland at 43rd Avenue will be the site of a group show curated by local artist Georgia Hodges. The show, entitled “VOTE: An art exhibition about taking action,” is intended to spark, remind, motivate and inspire […]
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I did not hesitate when deciding to choose a campaign slogan: “Art of the Sunset” has a double meaning that is clear to friends and neighbors who have followed my record of service to the community. My father’s […]
My name is Tuan Nguyen, a Sunset native, and I am running for District 4 supervisor. I look forward to meeting you throughout the campaign. I have built lasting relationships with Sunset/Parkside families, small businesses and ethnic communities over the […]
Our municipal elections are, by law, non-partisan. No party affiliation appears next to names on the ballot, but our “non-partisan” elections are famously not so. Elite special interests pour millions of dollars into the war chests of their preferred […]