The Lincoln Mustangs dominated in the 44-7 victory over the Balboa Buccaneers in the 48th Turkey Day Game on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022.
Saint Ignatius College Preparatory and SF Planning will now be required to implement an environmental review on the impacts of these stadium lights and the attendant noise, aesthetics, and public safety aspects under CEQA regulations.
On Monday, Nov, 14, McCoppin Elementary students participated in the Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day for the very first time. Families were invited to celebrate Ruby Bridges’ legacy, along with the teachers, staff and students.
I’ve lived in the area since 1972 and it has, in the last 10 years or so, become something of a pig sty as far as garbage on the sidewalk and street and, of course, left for someone else to deal with “free” junk piled up on the corners.
George Washington High School’s (GWHS) class of spring 1947 celebrated its 75-year reunion on Nov. 4, 2022, at the Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco. The 1947 class was the first 75-year reunion of any GWHS class.
Take Time for Taraval Bingo, a brand-new game played along Taraval Street, is a new way for residents and neighbors to shop local along Taraval Street. Shoppers can collect game boards from participating businesses and receive unique stickers for their boards by making purchases.
Thanksgiving celebrations in the U.S. started with Native Americans and Europeans sharing food after the harvest. However, many people today do not realize the vital role the Natives played in cultivating crops such as corn, squash, beans, tomatoes, and berries and sharing this knowledge with the pilgrims.
The November 2022 election is over. Now comes the easy part – analyzing the results. I’ll add my voice to the chorus of those trying to make sense of voter sentiment in the last contest of an election-filled year.
Our campaign has never asked for individual donations, because keeping SF clean doesn’t require more money – what we need is more people to be the change and act.
On Oct. 21, 2022, the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) held its Annual Conference in San Jose. Key take-aways include reevaluating our relationship with the land, Native American engagement, habitat for biodiversity on private and public land, and non-native plants and invasive weeds taking up spaces where native plants used to grow. As a member of CNPS and the Center for Biological Diversity, I have a message of hope to share.
A long-term vision for the Sunset District is developing, as the San Francisco Planning Commission unanimously endorsed Sunset Forward, a project designed by District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar and various local community groups.
Photos from a halloween haunted house in the Outer Sunset. Oct. 31, 2022.
Construction has begun on a five-story mixed use building that will include 20 residential units and ground floor commercial space in the Outer Sunset District at the southeast corner of 45th Avenue and Judah Street.
November is Veterans Month, and to honor those who make incredible sacrifices in service to our country, I’m proud to introduce the Military Leave Pay Protection Act.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.