Two views of Clement Street and Ninth Avenue, almost 75 years apart.
By Andrea J. Schatz Every Sunday, rain or shine, local farmers bring the freshest and healthiest organic nourishment to us, the consumers. The Richmond District is fortunate to have year-round, farm-to-table produce […]
When Bill, the original owner of Bill’s Place, started his restaurant in 1959, his vision was to serve the best hamburger in the City.
Photos from the 2021 Richmond Autumn Moon Festival by Tyrone Bartoli.
“I love seeing all the wonderful people that come by (the farmers market) on Sunday,” he said. “They really are so fun. Interacting with them is wonderful. The drive really is the only thing that isn’t fun.”
Fabrix is a hidden gem, a beloved Fabric store, located on bustling Clement Street in the Inner Richmond district of San Francisco. This treasured business is now up for sale.
Most of the buildings on the north side of Clement Street and Funston Avenue (then known as 13th Avenue) in this May 1920 photograph still stand. It is also still possible to stand on this same patch of grass next to the former Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist building that has been reincarnated as the Internet Archive.
Facing heavy public criticism and the possibility of a recall election, San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin walked the commercial corridor on Clement Street between Arguello Boulevard and 10th Avenue speaking to merchants about crime.
This is what Clement Street near Eighth Avenue looked like in 1904. The view is looking east with the Richmond Congregational Church on the right on the southwest corner of Seventh Avenue.
Despite vacant storefronts lining commercial corridors everywhere, a space that was empty since well before the pandemic is now the site of a new Andronico’s market in the Outer Richmond District at Clement Street and 32nd Avenue.
Green Apple Books will be reducing its footprint on Clement Street and returning to a single storefront at 506 Clement St. By Sept. 1, 2021, we will close our fiction and music annex and combine all our offerings under one roof.
Roberta Mindich-Fink and Jesse Fink remember so many people who have come through the doors of Toy Boat Dessert Cafe, at the corner of Clement Street and Fifth Avenue, that it is hard to recall all of them at once.
Although it has changed hands a number of times over the years, Eats restaurant has served breakfast, lunch and brunch at the corner of Clement Street and Second Avenue for almost 45 years.
“M. Pedroni’s Big Show” is a wide-ranging display of work by artist Michael Pedroni at Busvan, 244 Clement St. The show runs for three weekends: Oct. 19 and 20, Oct. 26 and 27, and Nov. 2 and 3.
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 […]