Whatever we think of the mitigation tactics and official messaging, we’re in the worst surge the City’s yet seen.
After a turbulent 2019 mired in controversy, the David Ireland House, an art gallery at 20th and Capp streets, will resume its programming after an eight-month hiatus. It will open […]
Slow week, eh? Slow month, eh? Deep, deep apologies to everyone who did the “Dry January” thing. Pace yourselves. L’affaire Mohammed Nuru, like an earthquake, was both destructive and predictable. […]
Good morning Mission. And welcome to Virus Village, your daily data dump. On Friday I got several emails from SF Open Data stating that the Hospital Capacity data was up […]
Cases are surging around the world and parts of the U.S. But not in San Francisco where the numbers remain flat and relatively low.
New cases, the R Number and the Citywide positivity rate continue to plateau while hospitalizations go down.
The $2.2 billion Transbay Transit Center has long been envisioned as the Grand Central Station of the west — but is presently referred to derisively as San Francisco’s billion-dollar bus […]
When San Francisco’s quest to find the perfect trash can began in 2018, the Public Works Department struggled to find off-the-shelf cans that fulfilled their stringent criteria. Its perfect can […]
During a freewheeling discussion Tuesday evening in the Mission District, Board of Supervisors President Shamann Walton said he’s focused on vaccinating residents of Bayview-Hunters Point, the neighborhood that he noted […]
‘It concerns me that we have not had a disaster coordinator for over six months’ On Thursday, dozens of registered nurses, social workers, healthcare professionals and members of SEIU Local […]
Legislators legislate. But legislation alone cannot solve this city’s problems — and, for this legislation to succeed, some of this city’s most hidebound and corrupt institutions will have to change their ways, and begin doing things that, truth be told, they could have done long ago.
White city workers are also more than twice as likely to get promoted than Black ones, while Black employees are more than twice as likely to “be released” than promoted, according to DHR reports referred to in the document.
It was a packed house at City Hall on Wednesday as Mission residents advocated overwhelmingly for the ficus trees along the 24th Street corridor and other parts of the neighborhood […]
It’s no secret that much of San Francisco’s trash — especially so in neighborhoods like the Mission, Tenderloin, and Mission Dolores — ends up on the sidewalks. Christine, a property owner […]
San Francisco’s paper-and-pen-based system, in which plans are manually moved from person to person to person in a time-consumingly sequential and linear manner, is a setup that traces back to the dawn of paper and pens.
“The ability to submit paperless is a humongous difference between San Francisco and other jurisdictions,” says an architect who works throughout the Bay Area. “You have to physically shlep giant rolls of drawings to the department to have them circulate around. And the amount of times that drawings have just been lost sitting on someone’s desk or in transit — you would be shocked.”
Would we though?