A 2015 Pew Research Center poll disclosed that 40 percent of people ages 18 to 34 support censorship of statements offensive to minorities, while only 24 percent of those
who are 51 to 60 agree.
I examined the single-family home markets in the Richmond and Sunset districts and compared them
against the data in San Francisco as a whole.
Americans can have better health care at a lower cost.
Teen Computer Corps is available to answer patrons’ questions about email,
lap-top computers, tablets, cell phones, digital cameras, electronic gadgets and the
Updates from San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Recent police activity in the Richmond District.
As I walked down Geary Boulevard recently, I realized as I looked at the buildings that not much has changed in the past 50 years.
Things to do in the Richmond District
The Park Presidio-Sunset Lions Club joined forces with the Richmond District YMCA to host a blood drive on June 17.
The Surfrider Foundation is offering free cigarette containers for the outside of
businesses that allow smoking in an effort to keep cigarette butts out of the
by Doug Comstock The old Masonic Lodge at 403 First Ave. – long before it was renamed Arguello Boulevard – approaches its 110th birthday, as the building undergoes a major transformation from the Shan-Yee Poon School […]
The historic Mountain Lake Park, located at 12th Avenue and Lake Street, reopened
to much fanfare on June 8.
After more than a dozen years of slow and silent disintegration, it seems the final curtain
has fallen for cinema at the Alexandria movie theater.
Historic photo of Ocean Beach, circa 1900.
The 75th annual Mother’s Day Rose Show, sponsored by the SF Rose Society, was held at the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park on May 14. The show featured a diverse array of roses, some of which were chosen best in their category.