Tag: San Francisco Public Library

Colombia defies stereotypes in Matt O’Brien’s photographs

Long portrayed in the media and popular entertainment as a land of drug trafficking, violence and other woes, Colombia is…

2 years ago

Tenderloin school students activate ‘Scholar’ library cards

Third graders in Ms. Parks’ class activated new special-access “Scholar” San Francisco Public Library cards at the Tenderloin Community Elementary…

2 years ago

Judy Juanita details ‘DeFacto Feminism’ in ‘Essays Straight Outta Oakland’

East Bay writer, teacher, poet, playwright, historian and standup comedian Judy Juanita visits the San Francisco Public Library this week…

2 years ago

Islamic art in spotlight in ‘Language of the Quran’

Islamic art -- not often seen in museums and galleries in this country -- is the focus of an exhibition…

3 years ago

Man caught allegedly trying to steal iPad from library reportedly assaults officer

A man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer Tuesday at the Main Library after allegedly trying to…

4 years ago

Man robbed of laptop, cash at SF Main Library

A man was victimized twice by the same crook after being robbed of his laptop Saturday at the main branch…

4 years ago

Photos preserved at Bayview Library to archive neighborhood life over the decades

A family reuniting for Father’s Day in 1967. Churchgoers gathering in 1968. A girl playing softball in 2002. Those images…

5 years ago

SF needs to make the Main Library safer

The San Francisco Public Library has taken extraordinary steps in the past few years to address safety and security in…

5 years ago