Police activity in the Richmond District, July/August 2021.
It is our civic duty to serve on a jury, but many Americans are unable to participate because they cannot afford to take unpaid time off from work. This means a smaller pool of potential jurors that often results in juries that are wealthier and less diverse – not at all reflective of the communities they serve.
SF Board of Supervisors Unanimously Approves Resolution Seeking Landmark Status for Lincoln Park Golf Course, Once a City Cemetery
The Lincoln Park Golf Course is among the oldest in the western states, but it also has a unique historical legacy, the evidence for which lies underneath it with perhaps 20,000 buried human remains.
In a 1958 book about Sir Winston Churchill, the author described a woman who gushed to Churchill: “Doesn’t it thrill you, Mr. Churchill, to know that every time you make a speech the hall is packed to overflowing?”
As the COVID-19 Delta variant surges, we see social economic disparities continue to widen. As our economy and society are reopening, the ability to continue working remotely, being able to travel safely and getting back to “normal” is a privilege that is still not available to many working families.
A more detailed account explaining how a two-story column of fire blasted up from a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) gas line at the corner of Geary Boulevard and Parker Avenue in February of 2019 was released last month by the National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB).
The California Coastal Commission is proud to announce that the 37th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day will return to in-person gatherings at sites around the state this Sept. 18.
he Northern California coastline is a major migration route for many species of whales, and home to even more species of marine mammals, like seals, sea lions, otters and dolphins.
During this pandemic, thought I’d share some positivity happening in the Richmond District!
At the beginning of 2020, the SFMTA’s 29-Sunset Improvement Project was ready to kick-off a year-long outreach program. However, the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the project and priorities were shifted …
San Francisco has 292 city-designated historic landmarks. While most SF neighborhoods sport at least a handful of historic hotspots, and the Inner Richmond boasts half a dozen in its own right, in […]
It was a bittersweet victory because of the election of Donald Trump and the four years of havoc that ensued, but it was that conversation and many others that led to the formation of Richmond District Rising (RDR).
I appreciated reading Thomas K. Pendergast’s interesting article in the August 2021 edition on the map from the California Geological Survey updated that shows the highest water leveis being affected by a tsunami hitting the California coast.
If you, or anyone you know, have been looking to buy a home or multi unit building in the Outer Richmond (specifically Sutro Heights), and you’re not yet represented by an agent, […]
The Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers are researching how the eviction moratorium is impacting the ability of landlords to pay their mortgages.