Western Hoedown BBQ and dance fundraiser for the Childhood Language Center on May 23, 2020.
Column by Alexander Clark I just posted the 14 day real estate market snapshot for the Richmond and Sunset Districts over on our site. It’s quite a list of great property For […]
Current information about the coronavirus from SF Supervisor Gordon Mar.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, many Irish (and Irish-for-a-day) celebrants will be out at pubs and restaurants throughout the City eager to enjoy the day’s festivities. A popular spot in the Sunset District becomes the epicenter of the “wearing of the green” festivities: the United Irish Cultural Center on 45th Avenue near Sloat Boulevard.
SF Supervisor Gordon Mar’s office organized the Sunset District’s first Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 13 at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. A big crowd sampled food from local restaurants, learned about various service organizations in the community and mingled with neighbors and friends to celebrate the year of the rat.
Instead of renting an expensive gallery space, hoping and praying that art lovers, collectors and passersby would seek out a show, artists Sarah Hotchkiss and Zoë Talepolos decided to pool their money and rent a small billboard for a year to showcase four local artists of their choosing.
Beutel is an artist and a self-proclaimed “tinkerer.” Trained as a software engineer, he uses simple machines and everyday materials to bring objects to life.
According to the website Flowerweb, certain species of orchid can survive up to 100 years. It also claims orchids have the largest variety of flowers with the number of officially documented species standing at 25,000 plus.
A five-story, mixed-use building, now under review by the San Francisco Planning Department, will replace a Union 76 gas station at the corner of Lawton Street and 42nd Avenue in the Outer Sunset District.
For more than 12 years, the lime-green sliver of a building has been doling out small-batch goodies. What was once a garage, and later a barber shop, is today a nook for people to catch a breath, enjoy a coffee and grab a bite.
The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) approved the new pilot project for San Francisco last month, called a “bag-drop collection” program, as the state explores new models to boost consumer access to recycling California Redemption Value (CRV) bottles and cans.
She has a good story, but what does she actually stand for? Good question! Connie Chan’s website does not give a single indication.
“Uncanny Valley: Being Human in the Age of AI,” a new exhibit at the de Young museum, is an international group exhibition examining the effects of artificial intelligence.
“My hope with Boavida is to provide the neighborhood with some delicious and healthy food, and a small market where they could pick up fresh bread, fruit, cheese and wine. We even sell toilet paper, due to neighborhood demand,”