Subject: Save San Francisco’s Ribbon of Light
I intend to speak at the meeting in FAVOR of maintaining our heritage by keeping these lamps.
I look out my apartment window each night and enjoy looking at them on VanNess Read More »
Subject: Does the Presidio Trust Condone DUI?
Randy – it appears that you are not a golfer. I am not aware of any golf course that does not allow drinking and driving a golf cart. But that is on the Read More »
Rose Pak, who died Sunday at 68, was a larger than life figure. She was also a complex political powerhouse whose alliances deviated from current San Francisco political norms.
Although Rose and I were both early backers of mayoral candidates Read More »
There is good news and bad news about SFUSD’s school meals. The good news is that the school district has finally released more complete nutritional information about the food served in their cafeterias.
This was perhaps in response to my Read More »
Posted September 19, 2016 by Darcy Brown, Mike Buhler, and Jim Warshell
The continuous “Ribbon of Light” that illuminates over two miles of Van Ness Avenue from Market Street to Bay Street faces imminent destruction by SFMTA. Built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1936 for the inauguration of the Golden Read More »
I frequently run in the Presidio and during a run last spring I faced a golf cart heading straight towards me on West Pacific Avenue. After veering out of the way to avoid a collision, I watched the golf cart Read More »
It was easy to miss among its other endorsements, but on September 9 the San Francisco Chronicle recommended a No vote on Prop Q, Supervisor Mark Farrell’s so-called camping ban. That a newspaper long allied with the Chamber of Commerce Read More »