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The Bay Area Tigray Community is hosting a virtual event this afternoon to raise awareness of the ongoing conflict and humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia.
In response to the police killing of a 21-year-old suspect involved in an alleged carjacking Saturday night, a peaceful protest was held near Hayes Valley Monday night to denounce police brutality.
As the city responds to the Tenderloin lawsuit by clearing camps there, homeless people are flooding into Hayes Valley, neighbors say.
Captain Pagano will inherit a police station with relatively little violent crime, but a host of longstanding tensions.
"San Francisco hates cars," reads the window sign, offering a discount to customers with a recent parking ticket.
From lectures on visual storytelling to emergency response training, here are some top community and cultural events coming to SF this week.
The pricey Bigbelly cans, which have been proliferating around the city, will feature work from Hayes Valley artists.
A Hoodline tipster alerted us to a "Parklet War" between two Hayes Street businesses.
After a downed ficus tree shut down Hayes Street for hours in late December, neighbors are gathering to discuss safety concerns.
The team is taking suggestions from neighbors on items to address, from encampments to broken streetlights to overgrown trees.
The lanterns come from the same creators as the geometric light sculptures showcased at Patricia's Green.
Last month, the Zen Hospice Project wrote in a letter that generating revenue to sustain the compassionate caregiving program has become increasingly challenging.
Organizers said more than 50,000 people took part in Sunday's parade down Market Street.