North East Medical Services (NEMS) held a press conference today at their clinic in the Richmond District to commemorate the recognition of two Quality Improvement Awards (QIAs) from Region 9 Administrator of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Captain John Moroney.
The Richmond continues to hold onto its identity not out of nostalgia, like much of the rest of the city, but out of necessity.
Sketches by Liz Scotta.
The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Board of Education voted to remove the “Life of Washington” mural from view by covering it without destroying it, amending its June 25 vote to paint over the mural unless doing so would result in undue delay.
Written in first-person narratives that move between both male and female voices, Gelade’s stories center around issues that are timely and relevant: desire, divorce, nostalgia for the past, and consolation, with several of the stories interfacing with another story in the collection.
Part of the Richmond District is overrun with mice and the federal government has offered a plan to eliminate the rodent infestation by dumping more than a ton of grain laced with poison out of a helicopter on the rodents’ environment.
Police activity in the Richmond District in July, 2019.
Things to do in San Francisco’s Richmond and Sunset districts in August, 2019.
When visitors stroll around the Golden Gate Park Concourse, containing the de Young Museum, Japanese Tea Garden, California Academy of Sciences and the Spreckels Temple of Music (better known as “the Bandshell”), they might be surprised to learn that all of it was once part of a Midwinter International Exposition 125 years ago.
Richmond District updates from from SF Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Kabayel and his girlfriend, Demirtas, noticed that there were no Mediterranean restaurants in their Central Richmond neighborhood and they began to dream of opening one of their own.
Richmond District residents are going to have more transportation choices in the next few years, including car, bicycle, electric moped and scooter-sharing services. In a district with so many senior citizens this has some worried.
If you are unfamiliar with Avenue 12 Gallery, it’s a gem of a space located at the corner of 12thAvenue and Lake Street in the Richmond District, across the street from Mountain Lake Park. Formerly a convenience store, the light-filled storefront was converted into a showroom for Japanese furniture and artifacts under the name TableAsia in 2005.
Longtime Richmond District resident Linda Lewin wrote a children’s story titled Flowers For Jenny. The story was illustrated by Sudesha Shrestha and is the sixth book written by Lewin.
The San Francisco Unified School District’s (SFUSD) Board of Education’s decision to cover or destroy 13 murals in the “Life of Washington” series at the first president’s namesake high school has inspired those who support saving the murals to hire an attorney and to work on bringing the issue to the voters.