On May 16, we officially opened the One Richmond office located at 802 Clement St.
Lai says that “99 percent” of his long-time clients, many of whom were initially hesitant to see their friendly local hangout change, are very supportive of the restaurant’s update.
In the aftermath of the ruptured gas pipeline fire that torched several buildings at Geary Boulevard and Parker Avenue earlier this year, a local union is calling for more robust permitting requirements, while former tenants of the building put their lives back together.
Plans for a new Andronico’s Community Market in the former Fresh & Easy grocery space, next to the CVS Pharmacy at Clement Street and 32nd Avenue, were submitted to the San Francisco Planning Department.
I’m writing to propose a feature about a show shot in San Francisco (and specifically the Richmond District) really without any permission, guerrilla style. Funded by Australian financiers, the show was made over a year in the Bay Area as well as Las Vegas.
On Sunday, May 19, 2019, One Richmond opened their new storefront at 802 Clement St.
Bitchin’ Baklava, Chef Sausan’s newest online venture in Middle Eastern pastries and savory pies since 2012, opened its doors to the public on April 21, 2019, at 4031 Balboa St., San Francisco, as a soft opening.
The Richmond Review newspaper helped break the story about the controversial murals at George Washington High School was was later covered by regional and national news.
Opponents square off against mural defenders at a tour of George Washington High School artwork on Saturday, May 4, 2019
Police activity in the Richmond District.
When Mandalay restaurant opened in the Inner Richmond in 1984, it was the first and only Burmese restaurant in the Bay Area. People were very unfamiliar with the unique flavors of this Southeast Asian cuisine and some evenings there were fewer than 10 patrons.
On Saturday, May 4, 10 a.m.-2p.m. at the Richmond Rec. Center (251 18th Ave) will hold a Richmond Community Health Festival.
“… we believe that community discussion around the ‘Life of Washington’ murals is not only timely, but well overdue.”
The year was 1959 when Joe Politz opened the original Joe’s Ice Cream on the corner of Geary Boulevard and 18th Avenue. Sixty years later, he was on hand to celebrate its milestone birthday with the current owners, Sean and Alice Kim, who bought the store in 2012.
The Planning Association for the Richmond (PAR) will hold its spring general meeting on Wednesday, April 17 at 7 p.m. at the Richmond Recreation Center, 251 18th Ave. between Clement and California streets.