The SF Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to make the entire corner of Turk and Taylor Streets a historic landmark, as the site of the 1966 Compton’s Cafeteria Riot that helped spark the LGBTQ rights movement.
The nonprofit kitchen incubator La Cocina expands on their popular Tenderloin Municipal Marketplace with a new monthly Friday happy hour marketplace Ferry Fridays at the Ferry Building, with live music and mural painting.
This vacant lot has been a sanctioned tent encampment, and at one point was slated to be a meth sobering center, but now will get a dignified happy outcome as 70 units of affordable housing for low-income and homeless families.
The Tenderloin has the highest concentration of children of any San Francisco neighborhood, and the SF Board of Supervisors just approved a Yellow Brick Road to direct kids away from blight, and toward schools, parks, and community centers.
La Cocina will launch holiday market that spotlights minority-owned businesses at Tenderloin food hall
La Cocina, the beloved and award-winning kitchen incubator, is set to host its first in-person event since the pandemic began: a holiday pop-up at the Tenderloin's La Cocina Municipal Marketplace.
Social media is piling on a new local TV station report about how “luxury condos overlook city’s worst squalor,” with some mocking how the issue is framed, and others eager to lodge the insult “Pelosiland.”
Tomorrow, Saturday, November 6, a group of residents and advocacy groups will march through the Tenderloin to amplify a call for long-overdue efforts to improve safety for families, kids, and residents in the neighborhood.
After a Halloween hiatus last year due to the ongoing pandemic, San Francisco is hosting spooky, fun-filled events throughout the city this weekend. We’ve rounded up several free-to-attend events to celebrate spooky season each day this weekend.
Flyaway Productions will perform a free aerial dance performance on the outside of buildings in the heart of the Tenderloin this weekend, in an effort to spotlight the impacts of mass incarceration.
The St. Anthony’s Foundation is leading the effort to create the Golden Gate Greenway, a block-long full closure of the avenue between Leavenworth and Jones streets, to provide new community space in the Tenderloin.