Police activity in the Richmond District, September 2021.
As we watch communities destroyed by record-breaking wildfires, wake up to orange skies, and see photo after photo of empty reservoirs, we know that California is at the forefront of the climate crisis. Fortunately, our historic state budget surplus allows us the opportunity to take action.
Western Neighborhoods Project (WNP), a community history nonprofit, will open a temporary museum in the former Cliff House Gift Shop in partnership with ACT Art Conservation and The Great Highway gallery with support from the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Park Archives and Records Center (PARC) and the Global Museum at SF State.
Observing the ongoing more or less losing battle against the Pacific Ocean’s non stop onslaught against the bluffs south of Sloat Blvd; threatening the roadway and much more importantly, the pump station, underground piping and sewage treatment plant, who in their right mind thinks the dumping of 275,000 cubic yard of dredged shipping channel sand west of the roadway is going to do anything except wash away in very short order? Sand versus the ocean is no contest!
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is surveying the public for input on three options to change or bring back service networks for several bus lines serving the city’s west side.
To help the beach between Sloat Boulevard and Fort Funston keep its sand from eroding away entirely, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has placed a sand berm next to the rocks and cliffs protecting a sewage facility from the ocean waves.
The cool, foggy embrace of autumn is ready for us, as 2021 starts to ease into its final stretch. The year is far from over, of course; but in housing terms, the […]
Seeking a blanched, pragmatic and strategic approach regarding housing.
Press Release: George Washington High School Alumni Association Victor Arnautoff Mural Victorious CEQA Court Ruling Statement Release
San Francisco Superior Court Orders School Board to Void Illegal Actions to Destroy or Cover Historic Arnautoff Murals.
Fiercely feminist artist and writer Judy Chicago walked into a room at San Francisco’s de Young Museum on the morning of Aug. 25 to deliver remarks at a press preview of her first-ever retrospective titled, “Judy Chicago: A Retrospective.”
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administrator of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) proclaimed in September 1938: “We are going to spend and spend and spend, and tax and tax and tax, and elect and elect and elect.”
Do we want Market Street without any trees or with most trees removed? Do we want trees removed from Van Ness Avenue under the Van Ness BRT plan, or the ficus trees adjacent to the Main Library taken away? Should trees be removed from Market Street under the Better Market Street plan?
A permanently car-free JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park moved closer to reality after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a resolution urging the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) to create a “beach to bay” car-free connection across the City.
How could a large gift for Golden Gate Park from Taiwan not have “Taiwan” or the older name “Formosa” on it? What is lyrical about the acronym “R.O.C.”?
Each year since 1995, an annual community festival has offered a day of local shopping, outdoor activities and a chance for Sunset residents to connect with their neighbors. In 2020, the streets were instead left empty as the COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on the city and nation.