I strongly support recalling Chesa Boudin as a necessary step to make our neighborhood and our city safer.
This is my friend Jim Sugarek’s vegan interpretation of his mom’s Tex-Mex chili recipe. The omission of meat makes this dish veg-friendly And the addition of tofu and more vegetables gives it a colorful and nutritional boost. Served with rice and/or tortilla this is a substantial meal.
I love your paper, I’m old school and I get excited every time I get a new issue delivered to my front door.
Announcements for the Richmond and Sunset districts.
China’s premier fashion designer Guo Pei knew her structural, intricately embroidered couture gowns belonged in a museum. So did the people in charge of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, who have staged the largest presentation of her 40-year career titled, “Guo Pei: Couture Fantasy.”
Cartoon by Paul Kilduff
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.
Police Activity in the Richmond District, April 2022.
The two horizontal bands of yellow and blue of the Ukrainian flag have been popping up in many places since the invasion of Ukraine in February by Russian forces under the orders of Russian President Vladimir Putin. This expression of solidarity with Ukraine and acts of support seem most heartfelt in San Francisco; especially in the Richmond and Sunset Districts.
Reason #1 to reject the recall: say no to the Republican takeover of our democracy. Do not let them buy our votes. Show them San Francisco democracy is not for sale.
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office will receive a final map changing the City’s supervisorial districts and, with their approval, it will perhaps end the contentious public meetings.
In 1948, “The Complete Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman” contained his utterance: “I know nothing grander, better exercise, better digestion, more positive, proof of the past, the triumphant result of faith in humankind, than a well-contested American national election.”
Every 10 years, our City’s charter requires that we draw new district lines based on the decennial census to ensure our population per district is as evenly distributed as possible. San Francisco had at-large supervisor races until 1976 when district elections led to the election of Harvey Milk. District elections were repealed in 1980, then reinstated in 1996, taking effect in 2000.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and I am happy to celebrate with a historic state investment in our AAPI community.
It seems fairly obvious to all but the smallest percentage of people, that if the highway is going to be open to traffic during the week, it’s ludicrous to close the highway at noon on Fridays.