Looking northwest from Sweeny Observatory at the top of Strawberry Hill in Golden Gate Park in 1898, this picture shows a sandy Richmond District and barren Lincoln Park. Prayerbook Cross is in the center foreground.
The work which necessitated the two-lane closures on 19th Avenue is progressing faster than anticipated.
Major Traffic Delays Expected on 19th Avenue in San Francisco April 5-13 Due to Construction. Motorists Are Encouraged to Take Alternative Routes to Avoid the Works Zones
In mid-November 2020, Pastor Lenny Szeto of Zion Lutheran Church and School, located at Ninth Avenue and Anza Street, encouraged the Zion community to “Walk for Hunger” and raise money to donate to the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.
The District 4 Mobility Study was passed with funding from Proposition K by the SFCTA and Board of Supervisors for $500,000 to study a number of streets in District 4, including the Upper Great Highway closure and many other safety improvements on streets connected to the Upper Great Highway.
Announcements for April, 2021.
The pandemic has devastated our public transportation service and revenues. It also provided an opportunity to re-envision our streets and transit services and routes.
As we pass the one-year anniversary of the shelter-in-place order issued to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, we can look back on how much we have learned about the virus.
As the world emerges from the pandemic, nations should unite to get the best price for everyone on earth. This would be the first step to move beyond the proven model of national health care.
Recent police activity in the Richmond District.
California parents are eager to get their children back into the classroom – and thanks to Assembly Bill (AB) 86, more students will return for in-person learning this month.
Such capriciousness by the School Board invites recapitulation of events leading to the 1971 San Francisco Charter amendment changing mayoral appointment of seven members to electing citywide all members. I plead guilty.
By Gui Oliveira As more and more San Franciscans abide by the shelter-in-place order decreed by Governor Newsom, residents must adapt to these changes, not to mention, widespread economic hardships. It now […]
The first polo match at the Polo Field was on Nov. 11, 1898 (reported the next day by the San Francisco Call). Horsemen from the Burlingame Club played for two hours, with an intermission, in front of thousands of spectators.
No one seemed to care that there was no splashy ceremony with speeches and VIP guests on opening day at the massively renovated Golden Gate Park Tennis Center (GGPTC) on March 3.