photo: Philip Liborio Gangi
Heads Up: Graphic and comic artist Keith
holds Keef, a comical mask of himself.
Say Next Quake Could Wreak Havoc
Within the next 30 years the odds are that a major earthquake
will strike the Bay Area and destroy thousands of homes in the
Richmond and Sunset districts, according to a report commissioned
by the SF Department of Building Inspection.
Threatens to Stop Presidio Project
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick handed Richmond neighbors a new bargaining
chip in their dispute with the Presidio Trust over the size
of a housing complex planned for the former Public Health Service
Hospital when he announced the City has the authority to close-off
two streets leading to the 42-acre site.
Returns to the Richmond after Traveling
"The speedometer must have been stuck on 88, but we had
to be going over 100 the whole time. I don't know how else we
did it in three days because we didn't drive the entire time
and we never saw a cop until we got to California," said
Keith Knight, reminiscing about a coast-to-coast trip in 1990.
to Raise Funds for Library
Money needed for computers, desks, chairs,
lights and tables
Planning for the renovation of the Richmond/Senator Milton Marks
Branch Library continues to take shape, with the Friends of
the San Francisco Library's recent effort to form a fundraising
Writes About Local Environment
Judith Kahn speed walks down California Street
to one of her favorite patios, Bazaar Cafe, while talking of
the importance of indulging oneself.
"We live in such a fast-paced world," muses Kahn.
"It's important to sit down and take a sip of tea and enjoy
Youth Center Provides Diverse Array of Services
"To empower young people
to reach their highest potential as individuals and to develop
a positive self/cultural identity."
This is the mission statement of the Community Youth Center
(CYC), created in 1970 to serve Asian youth and parents at risk.
Many of the famililies served at CYC have immigrated from Southern
Canton and Hong Kong.
Peter's Ponders Rebuilding
Wedged between an apartment building and single-family residences
on 29th Avenue near Clement Street, St. Peter's Episcopal Church
looks like a relic from another era. St. Peter's small, older
congregation also may look like part of an institutional relic
from another era - but looks can be deceiving.
Sandra Tong: Police Beat
In the Footsteps of Mark Twain
McGoldrick: Supporting Local
John M. Lee: How
to Choose an Agent
Yee: Protecting our Beaches
Fight the Bite this Summer (SF Dept. of Environment)