“Born from pain and grief and it blossomed into vida y corazon” Valentina Marrufo is the owner and creator of Mission Native, a brand of Mission-inspired apparel and accessories, started […]
Olive Patton, age 26, described her day as “interesting.” While she was out of town last week, the shop where she works, Gravel & Gold, at 3266 21st St. on […]
Oscar Muñoz has been working at The Mellow SF at 3236 21st St. at the corner of San Carlos since January, 2021. He first came to the store as a customer […]
Insofar as San Francisco’s pandemic year has proved exceptional in any way, it has, in no small part, been in the individual voices and collective activity of these women. Each is a role model for legions of other young women interested in science. Together they’re a powerful example of the benefits of diversity.
One hour street parking and old bus zones now metered. En Español
At around 1 p.m. on Feb. 1, undercover police officers arrested three women for purportedly selling stolen goods on the sidewalk at 16th and Mission. The women were cited and […]
A former city employee who worked on diversity, inclusion, and workforce equity is on track to receive more than $560,000 from the city, after they sued for discrimination and retaliation. […]
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Following objections at a passionate community meeting, Supervisor Hillary Ronen said city-proposed “tiny homes” for the homeless near 16th Street BART Plaza may be off the table. On Thursday at […]
On Jan. 25, a fire broke out in a Potrero Hill Public Housing unit, killing 40-year-old Richard Gescat and displacing five residents. The building, along with others in the Potrero […]
“I was always a super shy, quiet kid so I always did like how to express myself differently.”
And so, inevitably, February has arrived. Widely understood to be the grimmest month of the year, the afterglow of the holidays has well and truly dissipated and the weather is […]
This year’s San Francisco Independent Film Festival will screen 95 new independent from around the world and the Bay between Feb. 2 and Feb. 12, mainly at the Roxie Theater […]
Mirna Arana, a 33-year-old house cleaner from Guatemala, was newly married and pregnant with her first child on the morning of 2017 when she arrived at 6 a.m. to clean […]
Update: In a meeting on Thursday, Superintendent Matt Wayne said that Harvey Milk’s second Kindergarten class will be reinstated, so long as enough parents accept spots to fill both classes. […]
A City Hall gathering of politicians and activists recognizing Tyre Nichols, the 29-year-old Black man brutally killed by Memphis police this month, temporarily devolved into mayhem on Wednesday. That came […]
San Francisco was the first city in the nation to place a permanent cap on food fees that delivery services could charge to restaurants. But, as of Tuesday, that 15 […]
“Housing is medicine,” Dr. Carina Marquez said.
Gracias a la donación de un vecino preocupado y a una gran subvención aprobada por la ciudad, la Escuela Secundaria Everett tiene previsto gastar casi 3 millones de dólares en […]