David Sjostedt

Music venue owners warn ‘hospitality and entertainment are dying’

Industry leaders plead with city, state for help

New Russian Hill park pushes opening to 2021

Francisco Park, a new open space overlooking the Bay from Russian Hill,…

Francis Ford Coppola to turn part of landmark Columbus Tower into boutique hotel

Famed ‘Godfather’ director speaks about North Beach plans at local hearing

Business, property owners pick through the wreckage after five-alarm fire

Business and property owners affected by a five-alarm fire just south of…

SFPD asking public for help in aggravated assault case

Police are looking for witnesses after an alleged assault that occurred in…

Book details history of protests for young activists

48 Hills publisher Marke Bieschke aims to educate about power of dissent

Community College of San Francisco offers new ‘gateway degree’ in cannabis studies

The first cannabis studies Associate of Arts degree in the nation will…

Japanese Tea Garden reopens to visitors

Golden Gate Park’s Japanese Tea Garden officially reopened Wednesday at a limited…

City slowly reopening group shelters despite safety concerns

San Francisco is reopening and expanding its congregate homeless shelters despite concerns…

Ficus trees on 24th Street to be removed after lengthy community fight

Thirty-three ficus trees will be removed from 24th Street in the Mission…

First farmers market to open in Outer Sunset this weekend

A weekly farmers market is coming to the Outer Sunset this Sunday,…

DPW employees call for more sanitary working conditions

Workers say they face limits on access to handwashing, restrooms

Shared spaces can be hard to navigate for disabled residents

Advocates ask city to pay attention to accessibility

Harry Britt, former supervisor and longtime advocate for LGBTQ community, dies at 82

Former San Francisco Supervisor Harry Britt died Wednesday at the age of…

San Francisco celebrates Juneteenth with rally against racism and calls for reform

By Nicholas Chan and David Sjostedt People flooded the streets of San…

  • Jun 19, 2020

Viral video prompts legislation to fine those who make discriminatory 911 calls

Future ‘Permit Pattys’ and ‘BBQ Beckys’ could face civil penalties