Sunset District Supervisor Gordon Mar urges solidarity and support of fellow community members during this pandemic.
How are artists coping with the new normal emotionally, physically and financially? Unsurprisingly, they are all finding creative ways to survive and stay productive.
The Food Bank opens several pop-up pantries throughout San Francisco and Marin in order to meet the need for food in our community.
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, many Irish (and Irish-for-a-day) celebrants will be out at pubs and restaurants throughout the City eager to enjoy the day’s festivities. A popular spot in the Sunset District becomes the epicenter of the “wearing of the green” festivities: the United Irish Cultural Center on 45th Avenue near Sloat Boulevard.
Instead of renting an expensive gallery space, hoping and praying that art lovers, collectors and passersby would seek out a show, artists Sarah Hotchkiss and Zoë Talepolos decided to pool their money and rent a small billboard for a year to showcase four local artists of their choosing.
Beutel is an artist and a self-proclaimed “tinkerer.” Trained as a software engineer, he uses simple machines and everyday materials to bring objects to life.
The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) approved the new pilot project for San Francisco last month, called a “bag-drop collection” program, as the state explores new models to boost consumer access to recycling California Redemption Value (CRV) bottles and cans.
Yo Tambien Cantina on Hugo Street and Fourth Avenue in the Inner Sunset District offers community; a place to sit, unwind and relax into conversation with loved ones or total strangers.
Wong attended Herbert Hoover Middle School and graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 2005. Thanks to City College of San Francisco classes he took as a teenager, Wong was able to graduate from University of California, San Diego (UCSD) at age 19 in 2007.
Gallagher opened the doors to Wee Scotty’s new location in a corner building at 1900 Taraval St. in December 2019, lining the walls with Brother sewing machines, countless spools of thread and fabrics of all stripes and colors.
Taraval Street between Forest Side and 19th avenues has been designated as a new Neighborhood Commercial District (NCD) in a citywide effort to provide continuity along commercial corridors and discourage property owners from leaving storefronts empty.
In 2018, Berman published her first full-length collection of poetry called “Currents” (3 Mile Harbor Press). “Currents” is a collection of quiet, profound moments.
A 20-unit development at the corner of Judah Street and 45th Avenue is moving forward after the San Francisco Board of Appeals rejected efforts by some local residents to put the brakes on redeveloping an old gas station.
Two lawsuits involving separate individuals were filed against Laguna Honda Hospital in January, as fallout from last year’s revelations of an alleged patient abuse scandal continues to plague the health care facility.
You see tent encampments growing all over the Bay Area, and there are more and more people living in their cars or RVs. Homelessness persists in California because we have not built enough housing to keep pace with job growth. That has resulted in a shortage that drives up the cost of existing housing.