The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is surveying the public for input on three options to change or bring back service networks for several bus lines serving the city’s west side.
Seeking a blanched, pragmatic and strategic approach regarding housing.
Press Release: George Washington High School Alumni Association Victor Arnautoff Mural Victorious CEQA Court Ruling Statement Release
San Francisco Superior Court Orders School Board to Void Illegal Actions to Destroy or Cover Historic Arnautoff Murals.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administrator of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) proclaimed in September 1938: “We are going to spend and spend and spend, and tax and tax and tax, and elect and elect and elect.”
Each year since 1995, an annual community festival has offered a day of local shopping, outdoor activities and a chance for Sunset residents to connect with their neighbors. In 2020, the streets were instead left empty as the COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on the city and nation.
Press Release: Sunset Mercantile Announces Relaunch of the Wednesday Afternoon’s Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile
Sunset Mercantile, local producers of community based pop-up marketplaces announced the relaunch of the Wednesday afternoon Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile 4pm-7:30pm on 37th Avenue between Ortega and Pacheco featuring farm fresh produce, unique artisan foods, delicious pop-up eateries, talented makers, local merchants, live music and an extensive Fun Zone for all ages.
Cartoon by Paul Kilduff.
Announcements for September 2021.
I love Sundays!! That is when I go to our outer Sunset farmers market in San Francisco, on 37th Avenue at Ortega. The market opened few months ago and it is booming with activities; families walking around with fresh produce from farmers, cooked food from vendors and enjoying live music in the open-air!
Sunset resident Robert M. Smith reflects on his long career as a journalist.
The science on climate change is clear, so why aren’t San Francisco’s leaders listening?
Sunset District event brought attention to the community’s local artists.
Affordable housing, small businesses in neighborhood commercial corridors and neighborhood services are at the core of a new “community needs assessment report” for the Sunset District, released by District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar.
One of the countless things the pandemic has upended in our lives is our sense of safety and belonging. Being together with family, with friends, with neighbors – the very things that are central to our sense of community and comfort – were suddenly made dangerous.
Police activity in the Sunset District in July, 2021.