This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. The de Young Museum recently opened an exhibit to celebrate the art, fashion and rock n’ roll of the era. And now the Conservatory of Flowers is planning their… Continue Reading
Last week we told you about a neighborhood cleanup of cigarette butts taking place along Balboa between 32nd and 38th Avenues. The results are in! According to organizer Pawel Dlugosz, the group of volunteers picked up 6000+ cigarette butts and… Continue Reading
This Saturday, the Balboa Village Merchants Association is hosting a neighborhood cleanup along Balboa Street from 32nd through 38th Ave. The event, titled “Balboa Village Cigarette Butt Cleanup“, targets the littering of cigarette butts along the corridor. To participate in… Continue Reading
On the agenda for Wednesday’s Board of Appeals public hearing is item 16-167, an appeal from Paradise Health Center at 242 Balboa. On May 10, 2016 at around 9pm, members of the Mayor’s Task Force on Anti-Human Trafficking and the… Continue Reading
Follow Up Conversation on the Richmond District Strategy Sunday, February 26, 2017 | 3pm – 4:30pm This is a follow-up to the December meeting about the “Richmond District Strategy” project, whose goal is “to create a vision for the future… Continue Reading
Planning Association for the Richmond General Membership Meeting (open to the public) Wednesday, January 18 at 7pm | Richmond Recreation Center 251 18th Ave The agenda for tonight’s PAR meeting includes our new District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, Captain… Continue Reading
We hope everyone has a warm, happy and relaxing holidays! Sarah B.
2016 has been an unusual year, both within our own neighborhood and across the country. This year’s top 10 list of blog stories, based on readership, deals with some tragedy, some unusual crimes, and showed the nation that a good… Continue Reading