… the Board of Supervisors today changed course on the San Francisco Police Department’s (SFPD) proposed policy to use military robots to kill, explicitly banning the practice in a dramatic reversal.
Saint Ignatius College Preparatory and SF Planning will now be required to implement an environmental review on the impacts of these stadium lights and the attendant noise, aesthetics, and public safety aspects under CEQA regulations.
On Monday, Nov, 14, McCoppin Elementary students participated in the Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day for the very first time. Families were invited to celebrate Ruby Bridges’ legacy, along with the teachers, staff and students.
Supervisor Gordon Mar recently announced the launch of an innovative initiative, Sunset Art@Work, a program aimed at promoting and supporting local small businesses and providing a platform for local artists to showcase their ideas and talents.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department rolled out improvements to the Waller Street Skate Park today—a project spearheaded by local skaters who helped shape its inclusive design that honors its street skateboarding roots.
Vacant homes in San Francisco have skyrocketed from approximately 40,000 in 2019 to more than 60,000 in 2021, a 52 percent increase in just two years, according to a report released today by the City’s Budget and Legislative Analyst. An estimated 15% of all homes in San Francisco are empty, by far the highest rate among major cities in the country, the report found.
St. Thomas Apostle Parish, San Francisco celebrates 100 years: 1922 -2022
$40,000 pro tournament (men and women) at the GG Park Goldman Tennis Center. Free to the public. Finals on Oct. 16.
The Great Highway gallery is excited to present HNL-SFO/Castaways, Installation, rope panels and asseblage from Maureen Debreé, Ethan Estess and Mark Cunningham. Sponsored by Head High wines.
Commemorative street signs will soon mark the site of historic Polytechnic High School (1894-1972). The public unveiling will be Saturday, Oct. 22 at 11 a.m. at the southeast corner of Frederick and Willard streets in San Francisco.
The 10,000 Buddha Relics Collection, one of the largest collections of its kind in the world, is at the Dharma Treasury Temple Saturday, Sept. 3 to Monday, Sept. 5. Free showings will be open daily for 3 days, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Western Neighborhoods Project Announces Hiring of Director of Programs, Chelsea Sellin
Please join us at our ArtScape event, August 13th 11 am – 5 pm, and every 2nd Saturday through October, featuring local artists, live music, delicious food, and creative activities for all ages.
In the final days of summer and for the seventh time since 2015, Flower Piano will once again transform San Francisco Botanical Garden into the city’s own alfresco concert hall where everyone is invited to play and listen.
SFMTA Weekend Transit and Traffic Advisory for
Weekend of Saturday, Aug, 6, 202