Perhaps you’ve recently read “The Five Love Languages” and realized that your partner/parent/sister/neighbor/bestie/workmate/kid’s teacher/barista/mail delivery person/child’s/ ______ (fill in the blank) love language is “receiving gifts”, or perhaps it’s just that time of year (again) and you refuse to give more money to Amazon. Good for you! In any case,
Walking into Balboa High School yesterday at 6 pm on Wednesday, October 11th, to cast my vote in favor of authorizing a strike rekindled my fervor for championing the cause of San Francisco’s dedicated educators. In August 2023, it was reported that 53 different unions across California had resorted to
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In San Francisco, a not so quiet battle is unfolding that has far-reaching implications for everyone, regardless of whether you have children. The salary negotiations for the San Francisco Unified School District may seem like a localized issue, but they hold the power to shape the city’s future, impact its
As someone who grew up in San Francisco, lived in Los Angeles, and who has explored the taco trails of California and Mexico, I thought I had tasted the pinnacle of taco perfection. Little did I know, my taco journey had merely scratched the surface. What I once considered the peak of taco excellence was, in reality, just the realm of good and great. It took a fateful business trip to CDMX to shatter my taco illusions and introduce me to an entirely new level of taco brilliance.
By Vanessa Hutchinson-Szekely This column is in the spirit of a “Dear Abby”, with a focus on solutions in the form of micro SF neighborhood deep dives and curated holistic health-centered itineraries. But in today’s episode, we’re venturing a bit further and exploring beloved Paris. Dear CITY COUNSELOR, I hit
Cet article est dans l’esprit d’une lettre “Dear Abby” (une chronique utilisée dans la presse américaine basée sur des conseils), avec un accent sur des solutions sous la forme de plongées profondes dans des micro quartiers de San Francisco avec un itinéraire holistique centré sur la santé. Mais dans l’épisode d’aujourd’hui, nous nous aventurons un peu plus loin et explorons notre cher Paris.
Your dreams for inspiration and community exist perfectly in the Balboa Village, one of my favorite places in the entire world. And, lo and behold this Saturday June 3rd is Art Walk in the village from 12-5pm. Three stages with bands, tons of booths and activities for all ages.
In contrast to the Chronicle, this article is an ode to San Francisco, to its unwavering magic and beauty and a call to action to all those who contribute to making this the wondrous place that it is, to not give up and leave.