“For years, I’ve heard many residents complain to me about the safety conditions of theLower Great Highway,” said San Francisco Supervisor Katy Tang, who represents the Sunset District.
News items about the Sunset District.
Five candidates for the mayor’s office lined up in the Hall of Flowers at Golden Gate Park on April 21 to talk about marginalized people, their priority policies for affordable housing, making streets safer and helping the homeless.
A north-south-avenue in the Sunset District appears to be moving from a road commonly used by bicycles to a legitimate, city-approved traffic corridor complete with a few bulb-out accessories.
Things to do on San Francisco’s west side.
by Jonathan Farrell Argentina-born Virginia Blanco, who resides in the Richmond District, recognizes the present situation where there is a lot of frustration concerning the political landscape so she will be performing in a series of satirical […]
To help maintain a reliable water supply for the future, the SF Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) offers a variety of free water-saving assistance, rebates and incentives. San Francisco residents and businesses can sign up for a free indoor/outdoor “water-wise […]
Affects of new tax law by John M. Lee As I finished my tax returns on April 15, I spoke to my CPA about the changes that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act tax reform measure […]
Richmond District resident Hannah Jones has earned a prestigious George Award from her alma mater, Pepperdine University.
A savant once observed: “It’s useless to try to hold some people to anything they say while they’re madly in love, drunk or running for office,” and, don’t forget: “Everybody makes mistakes. That’s why we keep having political elections.”
by Michael Durand Among the 200,000 protesters who marched down Market Street in 2003 to denounce the Iraq war was 13-year-old Presidio Heights native Talia Fried. Seven years after graduating from college, Fried’s full-time job is to help change […]
The Adventures in Music (AIM) program, which connects the San Francisco Symphony with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), started in 1988 with 17 schools. More than 200,000 enlightened students later, AIM is still going strong and celebrating 30 years of music education partnership.
I don’t have to tell you that homelessness is one of the largest, most pervasive and, unfortunately, most intractable problems facing San Francisco.
District must stand tall by Richard Corriea The election season is obviously upon us. The phone-calls, junk mail and all of the chatter are the telltales of the season. Please take note, stay informed and vote. The Planning […]
This month’s police activities in the Richmond District.