Photos of a march on the Golden Gate Bridge protesting racial in justice. June 6, 2020.
Column by Gui Oliveira As more and more San Franciscans abide by the shelter-in-place order decreed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, residents must adapt to these changes, not to mention, widespread economic hardships. […]
Using $150,000 of his discretionary budget, SF Supervisor Gordon Mar introduced City College Sunset in November, an offering of six courses that will serve seniors, high school students, early childhood educators and English language learners.
The Mae Macau exhibit opens in San Francisco at CIQ Gallery on Sunday, August 11. This exhibit featuring San Francisco Bay Area artists will be on display in San Francisco August 10 through October 1 before traveling to China for exhibition in Macau November 25-29.
You are invited to a free public event featuring a panel of housing policy makers and activists discussing the forces driving the housing crisis in San Francisco and how to address them.
OVER 90,000 HISTORIC PROPERTY PHOTOS NOW ACCESSIBLE TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY In 2018 the San Francisco Assessor’s Office launched an initiative to preserve and make publicly available over […]
My name is William Nocera, and I have declared my candidacy for mayor of the City and County of San Francisco in the November 5, 2019 Consolidated Municipal Election.
Photos from St. Patrick’s Day, 2019 in front of the United Irish Cultural Center on 45th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard. Photos by Michael Durand.
A link to photo of a 42′ by 38′ detailed wooden replica of the city of San Francisco as it was in 1940 in 158 pieces at a scale of 1 inch to 100 feet.
by Janice Bressler Kim Shuck, San Francisco’s current poet laureate, is impossible to pigeonhole. She is a widely published poet who was appointed to the laureate position by the late SF Mayor Ed Lee in order […]
The Medical-Legal Partner ship for Seniors, or MLPS as it is known, is working to help seniors overcome those obstacles by using a new model for delivering legal help to vulnerable populations.
Lopez, a professor in the cinema department at City College of San Francisco, spoke about this dark chapter of city history at a recent meeting of the San Francisco History Association, after a screening of her documentary on the subject – “A Second Final Resting Place: the History of San Francisco’s Lost Cemeteries.”
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) will enlist 25,000 commercial electricity customers citywide into the program starting in June.
Almost every Californian, drivers and non-drivers alike, has to interact with our Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). And we all have heard or experienced horror stories about long waits at the DMV office.
As students in San Francisco during its tech stardom, we have witnessed major changes in the City and we fear that skyrocketing housing prices, caused in part by the tech industry, are driving the arts and culture out.