A dozen years ago bonfires on
Ocean Beach were almost
banned, but after a long struggle,
which included the possibility of
by-permit-only burning, the
National Park Service (NPS) will
be putting out additional fire pits
San Francisco supervisors Katy Tang and Asha Safai are using a tag-team approach to tackle affordable housing.
“Don’t give them a chance!
Not even a chance!” the man with the glasses screamed, as an uproar and yelling swelled throughout the room, verging on
More than 400 veterans spend day mingling with animals The SF Zoo and Gardens opened its 100-acre classroom, conservation center and park to more than 420 invited veterans and caretakers on Sept. […]
Twenty-five years ago a small group of San Francisco residents representing a community devastated by the AIDS epidemic gathered in a dilapidated grove in Golden Gate Park to restore it and create […]
Activist groups representing feminism, ethnicity and sexual identity rights were represented (above) at a Dare to D.R.E.A.M festival, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which was held at the Richmond District Neighborhood Center, 741 30th Ave., on Monday, Jan. 23. Below left, Maddie Mandich, a case management program manager, stands in a rainbow made out of balloons. In the lower right, parents Candace Lum and Tony Tam, with their children, Olivia, 4, and Theo, 2, watch Jessie Lamb silk-screen T-shirts.
By John M Lee In the Richmond District, single-family home prices rose by double digits for the fifth year in a row, with median prices appreciating by 10.3 percent in 2016 – […]
by Noma Faingold “Smile Again, Jenny Lee,” is Carlo Caldana’s third feature- length film as a director. But this time he decided to do it all: write, direct, act, produce and score […]
On Nov. 30, the SF Arts Commission chose a proposal by artist Owen Smith to grace a blank concrete wall on the north side of Rossi Pool. Fifteen artists submitted proposals for […]
by Paul Kozakiewicz The largest public works pro- ject in decades is about to hit the Richmond District. The Geary Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project would re-engineer Geary Boulevard in an […]
by Thomas K. Pendergast Despite recent setbacks in the Bay Area arts community, a new hope for the art scene landed in the Richmond District on Dec. 11. The Avenue 12 Gallery […]
By Supervisor Eric Mar Thanks to editor Paul Kozakiewicz for letting me share my views here for the last eight years! Last month, I highlighted citywide accomplishments and I end by celebrating […]
Vandalism, Breaking Windows, Resisting Peace Officers’ Duties: Dec. 21, 4:18 a.m., Geary Boulevard and Spruce Street The suspect smashed glass on bus shelters and stole maps from each site. Responding officers had […]
By: Capt. Paul Yep As 2016 comes to a close and we begin 2017, I want to take a moment to thank all of the residents, merchants and visitors of the Richmond […]
GG Park Oak Woodland gets $2 million for trails The original budget for the Oak Woodlands Trails Improvement Project, as part of a 2008 bond, was $300,000, with additional support from a […]