artists' Open Studios
As October brings some of the best weather to San Francisco,
it is also the best time for artists to display their wares
at the annual Open Studios event. This year, artists in the
Sunset and Richmond districts invite the public into their studios
to view their work on Oct. 11 and Oct. 12.
fills budget gap with fines, fees
Through increased fees, charges, penalties and enforcement,
city departments have been raising a lot more money from San
Franciscans in the last few years. Yet despite increasing revenues,
city government has struggled to fill budget deficits, including
a $338 million gap in its record $6.5 billion city budget this
give their views of district's needs
The San Francisco Neighborhood Parks Council (NPC) and Friends
of the Urban Forest (FUF) held the first in a series of debates
with district supervisor candidates on quality of life, environment
and park and recreation issues in the City.
Democratic Club launches
A new Democratic Club took its first steps toward representing
Richmond District Democrats when about 20 people gathered at
the Richmond Police Station Sept. 24.
tries to capture the activism of '60s
Richmond District filmmaker Arturo Perez hopes to recapture
the spirit of the '60s in his new film "Where Have All the Flowers
man slain, reward offered
A Richmond District man was shot and killed at 15th Avenue
and Cabrillo Street by two unknown assailants as he rode his
bicycle home after a busy day.
Gate gets a facelift, neighborly help
As the architectural conservator for the Presidio Trust, Christina
Wallace spent 12 months overseeing the $100,000 restoration
of the Presidio's historic Arguello Gate.
Kozakiewicz: Vote for Lee, Wang for district supervisor
Jake McGoldrick: Street Sweeping Changes
M. Lee: Financial Crisis Bailout Plan
Fiona Ma: Improvements for Highway 1