A new ordinance that passed at the SF Board of Supervisors is becoming law on June 2. It will affect all sales of buildings of three units and up. The legislation is known as the Community Opportunity to Purchase Act, or COPA for short.
To tap a subterranean aquifer and provide water for Golden Gate Park, a pump works was first built in the late 1880s in what is today the Botanical Garden.
In 1931, San Francisco voters approved a new charter which reduced Board of Supervisors membership from 16 to 11, elected citywide, and paid $2,400 per year, without membership in the retirement system, but with membership in the publicly-funded health system.
Letters to the editor of the Richmond Review newspaper.
Police activity in the Richmond District in May, 2019.
The bill, AB-697, would require colleges that provide preferential treatment to applicants related to an alumnus or donor to disclose the practice, if they participate in the Cal Grant Program.
On May 16, we officially opened the One Richmond office located at 802 Clement St.
Lai says that “99 percent” of his long-time clients, many of whom were initially hesitant to see their friendly local hangout change, are very supportive of the restaurant’s update.
A panel of biodiversity experts gathered on Tuesday, May 28, at the Presidio Officers’ Club to discuss the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services’ (IPBES), a worldwide assessment on biodiversity, in front of an audience of approximately 150 people.
San Francisco Assessor Carmen Chu gave birth to her daughter, Kayley Avelyn Hua, on May 28 at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.
In the aftermath of the ruptured gas pipeline fire that torched several buildings at Geary Boulevard and Parker Avenue earlier this year, a local union is calling for more robust permitting requirements, while former tenants of the building put their lives back together.
Plans for a new Andronico’s Community Market in the former Fresh & Easy grocery space, next to the CVS Pharmacy at Clement Street and 32nd Avenue, were submitted to the San Francisco Planning Department.
I’m writing to propose a feature about a show shot in San Francisco (and specifically the Richmond District) really without any permission, guerrilla style. Funded by Australian financiers, the show was made over a year in the Bay Area as well as Las Vegas.
Musgrove’s work has a way of making the viewer notice what is barely noticed. His refined paintings have realism, but he says he has evolved a more minimalist approach, with some abstraction.
Here are a few pictures from an incident on Parker Avenue that started about 8 a.m. on June 4 with the San Francisco Fire Department, Water Department and PG&E.