Not even a chilly fog could dampen spirits as the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Music Festival made its return to Golden Gate Park over the weekend after a pandemic-driven hiatus.
The SF school board didn't necessarily vote to keep the controversial “Life of Washington” mural at Washington High School, but they did vote to give up on a legal appeal, so the mural will stay.
Mayor Breed blasts Sup. Chan over car-free JFK: ‘You seem to have a problem with the existing process’
In a theatrical performance at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Connie Chan made hay over her car-free JFK Drive proposal, and the mayor called Chan’s comments ”not a responsible way” to decide the matter.
Both the Cliff House and Louis’ Restaurant locations will be getting new restaurant tenants, but we won’t know who they are until all sorts of National Park Service red tape and bureaucratic hurdles get worked out.
The very contentious mural featuring a slain Native American will be uncovered and again on full display as a Superior Court judge rules the school board did not follow the appropriate process in covering it.
A couple more additions to the late summer Muni service reinstatements, and the M-Ocean View gets its trains back, and the 31-Balboa returns on a limited route.
The Mission's Roxie Theater reopens May 21 with 'Cinema Paradiso'; Balboa reopens with Godzilla fest
At long last, the Mission District's beloved indie movie house, The Roxie Theater (3117 16th St.), has a reopening date and a reopening movie: 'Cinema Paradiso' (1988).
A majority of respondents to a recent survey by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority say they think the Upper Great Highway along Ocean Beach ought to remain closed to vehicle traffic post-pandemic. 53 percent of residents, many of them living in the Sunset District, said the four-lane stretch between Sloat Boulevard and Lincoln Way should remain the pedestrian and bicycle promenade that it has been for the past year.
There's been a massive jump in burglaries in the Richmond District, year over year, according to new data from the SFPD's Richmond Station. And while burglaries are reportedly up in multiple neighborhoods, we're only hearing a definitive report on the first five weeks of 2021 from the Richmond.
A former Richmond District art and framing shop that almost became a cannabis dispensary will now be the permanent home of the Russian-Speaking Jewish Community of SF Bay Area.
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Although 2020 seems to be unending, the holiday season is upon us, and it’s worth remembering the wealth of small businesses scattered across San Francisco that offer the perfect gifts for friends, loved ones, and even yourself.
Third-party delivery services take a big bite out of revenue for struggling restaurants — a "predatory economy" that volunteers are fighting by delivering the food themselves.