Fascinating Video at the de Young Museum By DeWitt Cheng “We hoped that … a studious man reading the history of the voyages … might think himself, by casting his eyes around […]
By Gui Oliveira The third annual Richmond District Autumn Moon Festival, also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, was held on Sept. 14 on Clement Street between Sixth and Ninth avenues. The […]
By Erin Bank This year’s three-day Outside Lands music festival in Golden Gate Park, held Aug. 9-11, was one for the history books in many ways. According to Billboard Boxscore, 205,500 tickets […]
By Thomas K. Pendergast Redevelopment of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Laurel Heights campus is moving forward after the SF Planning Commission certified the project’s final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) […]
By Thomas K. Pendergast A recent Civil Grand Jury (CGJ) report has raised questions about post-earthquake fire protection after the next major temblor and whether firefighters will have enough water pressure to […]
Dear Editor: Residents of the Inner Sunset must be left scratching their heads. SF Department of Public Works (DPW) and SF Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) have teamed up to dispense $21 million […]
Dance Film SF announces its 2019 selections for the 10th annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival (SFDFF), featuring over 120 dance-based films from 25 countries and the Bay Area. Running Saturday November 2 through Sunday, November 10 across five venues, the film festival will include selected post-screening discussions, industry panel presentations, VR experiences, live performances, and special guests.
In the case of consuming animal protein, we are affected by what the animals are fed and what they are exposed to. This concept brings us back to the food chain you learned about in grade school.
However, we rarely raise the question, “What did the animal you eat consume over its lifetime?”
Given the geology of Northern California, the history of San Francisco and a knowledge of urban conflagrations, it will be clearly understood that, in the absence of adequate post-earthquake emergency water supplies, the 138,000 wood-frame buildings and the 390,000 residents that occupy the fifteen neighborhoods not protected by the AWSS will fall victim to catastrophic loss,
Richmond resident and San Francisco Veterans Administration (SFVA) Volunteer CJ Reeves was named SFVA Volunteer of the Year for 2019.
Assembly member David Chiu addresses the Sept. 20, 2019 CA Master Plan On Aging forum with San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, Shireen McSpadden, executive director San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services, and Janet Spear, CEO of the Metta Fund and S.F. Aging and Adult Services commissioner. To share your input and questions about the CA Master Plan On Aging visit www.sfdignityfund.org and follow @SFDignityFund.
The campaign for undergrounding utility wires and ridding our sidewalks of ugly telephone poles took a solid step forward at the Aug. 27 meeting between the SF Coalition to Underground Utilities (SFCUU) and Telamon Engineering Consultants, Inc.
On Sept. 9, SF Supervisor Gordon Mar released aggregated crime victim demographic data for the last six years. The data was provided by the San Francisco Police Department in response to Mar’s formal inquiry to the department for 10 years of data, following a number of high-profile crimes against members of the Chinese community.
Cartoon by Hazel O’Neil.
On Sept. 5, the Cliff House continued the 42-year-old tradition with a private reception and luncheon in the Terrace Room that features the same sweeping view of part of the Coast Guard’s territory; the Pacific Ocean and Seal Rock, the scene of the rescue over four decades ago.