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Tagged with: Richmond

Good Taste: Surveying SF’s Japanese sandos

Fried, boiled, curried, or gilded—these are the city's interpretations of the prized sandwich style worth sharing.

Planning Department has ambitious housing goals; Mayor’s Office stands in the way

Hearing shows huge disconnect between lofty goals and the ability of the city to implement them.

Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

Good Taste: ‘Wok Around The Bay’ brings legend Martin Yan home

The beloved chef's new bilingual series exploring local restaurants airs weekly on KTSF

Painter Cherisse Alcantara captures the vibrant SOMA Pilipinas Cultural District

The artist's most recent series explores the historic area's urban parks and gardens in vivid color

SF cops want to let robots shoot people, but supes will be dubious

Plus: A sad little demolition in the Richmond and what it means. The mystery of John Arntz. And why I don't shop on Black Friday. That's The Agenda for Nov. 28 to Dec. 4

Kvelling over SF’s fresh Jewish food scene

You look thin! Fill up on kimchi Reubens, labne cheesecake, halvah brownies, loaded latkes, and something schmaltzy

Opinion: Closing JFK Drive and the Great Highway was a big mistake

The post-pandemic reasons for closure are disingenuous and make for bad public policy.

Opinion: Save Car-Free JFK Drive and the Great Walkway

Motorists have plenty of places to drive and park in the city; can't we have three miles for the rest of us?

‘Art = spirit + matter’: For Dulama LeGrande, the studio is a state of mind

Colorful abstract forms undulate in the East Oakland painter's work, inviting free association from viewers.