School gets OK to expand summer programs
A dispute in the Sea Cliff area between a private girls' school
and a homeowners' association has apparently come to and end
for now, after the city's zoning administrator decided in favor
of the school's right to expand its summer camp program without
having to ask the homeowners for permission.
program coming to Clement
At least four pedestrian plazas and another four "parklets"
around the City have either been built or are being designed
but only one is expected for the west side right now.
Mary's breaks ground on new cancer center
St. Mary's Medical Center broke ground March 31 on a new state-of-the-art,
$22.75 million cancer center. Musical entertainment was provided
by the Star of the Sea School Choir and vocalist Michelle Jordan
and there was a symbolic planting of healing herbs to launch
the new construction.
opens borders to Jews fleeing persecution
Year 2010 is proving to be an exciting year as Shanghai and
San Francisco celebrate the 30th anniversary of its sister city
relationship. To commemorate this special relationship, more
than 150 projects have been initiated and will continue throughout
the year in both Shanghai and the Bay Area.
If the sculpture weren't so small, viewers could swear they
were in a real Japanese tea room. Instead, viewers are participating
in an interactive art piece called "Double Happiness Laboratory
for Aromatic Analysis," one of many sculptures created by Richmond
District artist Paul Baker.
Richard Corriea: Police Beat
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