Supes Vote to Keep Central
Fwy. on Track
The SF Board of Supervisors voted to keep the Central Freeway replacement
project on track at its March 30 meeting.
Budget Cuts at Rec. & Park
Dept. Could be 'Dramatic'
A top official with the SF Recreation and Park Department confirmed
that a $9.2 million budget deficit will likely result in massive layoffs,
the closing of recreation centers and delays in maintenance at parks
throughout the city.
New Cafe to Open at Historic
The Beach Chalet Brewery is known for its brews and views of the Ocean
Beach coastline but visitors will soon get to see another side of the
brewery and restaurant - the Golden Gate Park side.
Plant thrives at Conservatory of Flowers
Displaying the plants of the tropical rainforest and the oldest vine
on display in the City, the recently restored Conservatory of Flowers
will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary this April.
Burke School in the Business
of Educating Girls - For 95 years
Green trees, open fields and miles of forget-me-nots seems the ultimate
environment for screaming girls in middies and skirts. This is Katherine
Delmar Burke School, a place that aims to empower, encourage and educate
young impressionable minds.
Rossi Playground Design Chosen
After carefully considering three options
for remodeling Rossi Playground, Richmond District residents picked
a design that features natural shapes for the new playground's theme.
Tong: Police Beat
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
Central Fwy. Redux
Ann Kelly: Put a Little
'Pep' in your Business
John M. Lee:
The Magic of Pricing
Jeff Swenerton: Geary
Alan Wong: Critics Play
Race Card at School Board Meeting
Leland Yee: Protecting
Our Homes, Families