Ivory Coast artist Aboudia is known for his large-scale, heavily layered and energetic paintings that reflect his experience after the heavily disputed Ivorian presidential election of 2010, in which daily life was thrown into turmoil.
In a return performance at San Francisco City Hall’s rotunda, Nimely Napla’s Pan African Dance Company will perform a harvest dance, known as the “Farming Ballet,” featuring a line of drummers with dancers wearing different [...]
The Fleet Week 2015 committee hosted a Veterans Employment Seminar at the Marines’ Memorial Club in San Francisco. The Veterans Summit, an all-day program, included panels focused on employment issues and discussed the hurdles facing [...]
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris this week announced that the California Department of Justice has been awarded over $2 millions in federal grants to fight gang activity and the manufacturing and distribution of methamphetamine throughout [...]
Francisco Herrera, a resident of San Francisco for almost 30 years who has worked with families from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds throughout the city as community educator and musician, has announced his candidacy for [...]
On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a new tenant protections legislation, dubbed as “Eviction Protections 2.0,” considered “one of the most significant and comprehensive set of tenant protections [...]
McLaren Park welcomes the children of San Francisco with a free Kids Festival ton Saturday, Oct. 10. The festival features a wide range of entertainment on the stage of the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater. [...]
By Wade Woods and Joseph Bryant The highly successful CityBuild Academy construction training is currently recruiting low-income San Francisco residents for a new nine-week Pre-Apprentice construction-training program starting in October.
Courtesy of SFSU News San Francisco State University and the Willie L. Brown Jr. Institute have raised more than $1 million to support the Willie L. Brown Jr. Fellowship Program.
By Nicholas Weiler, UCSF News Last summer, a 74-year-old resident of San Francisco’s Chinatown was admitted to San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center with fever and disorientation, which rapidly degenerated into a coma. [...]