Tag Archives: Christina Olague

Carlos Gonzalez (right) speaks to the participants of Engage SF's first public dinner. Photo by Daniel Hirsch.

New and Old Residents Engage Over Pupusas

Usulutan, a Salvadorean restaurant on 24th Street, welcomed a particularly diverse and determined crowd Monday night. Swapping business cards over pupusas, third-generation Mission residents, tech start-up founders, nonprofit professionals, recent transplants, activists and more all...
Eight female panelists spoke at the Green Party-sponsored forum at the Women's Building Saturday night. From left to right: Marie Harrison, Nicole Derse, Kim-Shree Maufas, Sandra Lee Fewer and Christina Olague.

Forum Sheds Light on Women, Politics and Activism in San Francisco

A community forum on women, politics and activism brought together a panel of eight female leaders and about 30 community members at the historic Women’s Building on a rainy Saturday night. The panelists, split among...
Sheriffs regulate entry into the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday.

Citywide Hospital Rebuild Advances Amidst Conflict

Plans for the Pacific Medical Center would drastically change the city's largest hospital network.
New housing units along Harrison Street.

Eviction Protections Rile Up Tenants and Landlords

Tenant rights advocates and property owners disagree on the extension of just cause eviction protections.