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The best enrichment for which a lion in a zoo might hope would be a squirrel inadvertently wandering into the enclosure. For us, that’s a win-win situation. So long as it’s accidental, we won’t need to have that added conversation about the ethics of feeding live animals to their captive
MARCH FOR OUR LIVES 2022 Nationwide Protests to END GUN VIOLENCE Saturday, June 11th Text MARCH to 954-954 Protests in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond (alphabetical order) Events are being added and evolving daily. Please sign up for updates and recheck times & locations before the day of
The 1.5-mile span of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park that runs from the end of the Panhandle all the way past the De Younge Museum, was closed to cars 7 days a week during the pandemic, and it was a popular move. Cars have been banned from JFK Drive on Sundays, since 1967, so this is not ‘revolutionary thinking’.
You may have seen Vincent Yuen in your news feed this year, or perhaps even on your street corner wearing a florescent vest. He’s the engine behind San Francisco’s newest trash fighting organization Refuse Refuse SF. Their mission is simple, inspire San Francisco’s own citizens to help keep their neighborhoods
Let’s face it. With all of the negative news headlines, the world has felt overwhelming lately. But there’s some good news, too! It’s a well-known fact that taking action is good for our mental health, and just when we need it most, the City of San Francisco has made it
There is help out there for millions of Californians still struggling to catch their financial breath after 2 years of pandemic, but navigating the resources can be time-consuming and confusing. All the info and links you need for the California COVID-19 Rent Relief Program are below. The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program, which helps
For more than a year, San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing has wrestled with a growing number of vacancies. Despite having more than 1,600 homeless people on the waitlist for these units, 888 sit empty. By the department’s own estimation, at least 400 of those people have been waiting for more than a year — far beyond its own goal of 45 days.