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SFPD Captain Tim Falvey, Rudy Corpuz Jr. of United Playaz, Philonise Floyd, Arthur Reed and Mayor London Breed discussed gun buybacks during a virtual news conference on Nov. 10, 2020. (Examiner screenshot)

San Francisco gun buyback event enters sixth year

Gun violence prevention advocates, the San Francisco Police Department and the Mayor’s…

SFPD Captain Tim Falvey, Rudy Corpuz Jr. of United Playaz, Philonise Floyd, Arthur Reed and Mayor London Breed discussed gun buybacks during a virtual news conference on Nov. 10, 2020. (Examiner screenshot)
Church of 8 Wheels roller skaters of all ages circle around Skatin’ Park on Nov. 22. Manager Daniel Albert says people from New York to New Zealand visited the church’s indoor location before its temporary closure due to COVID-19. (Nancy Chan/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Church of 8 Wheels rolls with the punches amid pandemic

Roller skating community at Golden Gate Park has been around for decades

Church of 8 Wheels roller skaters of all ages circle around Skatin’ Park on Nov. 22. Manager Daniel Albert says people from New York to New Zealand visited the church’s indoor location before its temporary closure due to COVID-19. (Nancy Chan/Special to S.F. Examiner)
Meals on Wheels Director of Marketing and Communications Jim Oswald, left, and Executive Director Ashley McCumber pose in the freezer with packaged meals ready to deliver on Thanksgiving. (Samantha Laurey/Special to S.F Examiner)

Meals on Wheels San Francisco rolls out new building and Thanksgiving cheer

Nonprofit celebrates 50th anniversary by unveiling state-of-the-art kitchen

Meals on Wheels Director of Marketing and Communications Jim Oswald, left, and Executive Director Ashley McCumber pose in the freezer with packaged meals ready to deliver on Thanksgiving. (Samantha Laurey/Special to S.F Examiner)
James Coleman (Courtesy Morgan McCarthy)

Young progressive set to shake up South City

The 21-year-old is the newest Councilmember for District 4

James Coleman (Courtesy Morgan McCarthy)
Gallery 10 is the last stop in the chronological tour of Walt Disney’s life in the Walt Disney Family Museum. (Courtesy Walt Disney Family Museum)

Walt Disney Family Museum reopens

Presidio attraction operating with reduced hours through Dec. 31

Gallery 10 is the last stop in the chronological tour of Walt Disney’s life in the Walt Disney Family Museum. (Courtesy Walt Disney Family Museum)
Castro District (Shutterstock)

Castro District hoping for a quiet Halloween

The number of new COVID-19 cases in The City may be dropping,…

Castro District (Shutterstock)
Mayor London Breed speaks about the JobsNOW program outside the Balboa Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020. (Samantha Laurey/Special to S.F Examiner)

Expanded city employment program gives aid to neediest residents

A city employment program will be expanded to give more low-income residents…

Mayor London Breed speaks about the JobsNOW program outside the Balboa Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020. (Samantha Laurey/Special to S.F Examiner)
People line up to drop off their ballots at the Voting Center at Civic Center on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

SF turnout high so far in early voting

With exactly 13 days remaining before Election Day, San Francisco voters had…

People line up to drop off their ballots at the Voting Center at Civic Center on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Indigo Mudbhary, second-place winner of the San Francisco Historical Society’s 2020 Fracchia Prize, poses by the Rose Garden, the second stop in her Golden Gate Park walking tour. (Courtesy photo)

SF Historical Society contest inspires next generation of local historians

High school students tackle Golden Gate Park’s history and pass its stories along

Indigo Mudbhary, second-place winner of the San Francisco Historical Society’s 2020 Fracchia Prize, poses by the Rose Garden, the second stop in her Golden Gate Park walking tour. (Courtesy photo)
BFF.fm moves in to new pop-up studio at Ferry Building

BFF.fm moves in to new pop-up studio at Ferry Building

Collaboration is the first of its kind for the radio station and landmark building

BFF.fm moves in to new pop-up studio at Ferry Building
Neighbors seek landmark status for historic Stern Grove building

Neighbors seek landmark status for historic Stern Grove building

Trocadero Clubhouse once served as roadhouse for travelers on The City’s fringes

Neighbors seek landmark status for historic Stern Grove building
Family, friends and police search for missing veteran with head injury

Family, friends and police search for missing veteran with head injury

Abraham Isaac Siliezar, 56, is an at-risk missing person with multiple medical conditions

Family, friends and police search for missing veteran with head injury
SF City Attorney seeks to bar alleged drug dealers from Tenderloin

SF City Attorney seeks to bar alleged drug dealers from Tenderloin

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced civil injunctions against 28 individuals…

SF City Attorney seeks to bar alleged drug dealers from Tenderloin
Redevelopment plans on Treasure Island currently include 20 100 percent affordable housing projects. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

New Treasure Island complex honors one veteran and provides for over 100 others

The launch of construction on the $75 million Maceo May Apartment complex…

Redevelopment plans on Treasure Island currently include 20 100 percent affordable housing projects. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
El Rio gets funding to keep serving local LGBTQ+ community

El Rio gets funding to keep serving local LGBTQ+ community

Mission District bar and queer mainstay El Rio was awarded a grant…

El Rio gets funding to keep serving local LGBTQ+ community
Air quality reaches ‘very unhealthy’ purple level on Air Quality Index

Air quality reaches ‘very unhealthy’ purple level on Air Quality Index

San Francisco residents urged to stay indoors

Air quality reaches ‘very unhealthy’ purple level on Air Quality Index
Moushumi “Shumi” Brody, right, escaped from the North Tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 before the building collapsed. This year, she and her family took part in the Travis Manion Foundation’s 9/11 Heroes Run. (Courtesy photo)

9/11 brings back memories of a hero

For 41-year-old Moushumi “Shumi” Brody, Sept. 11 always reminds her of the…

Moushumi “Shumi” Brody, right, escaped from the North Tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 before the building collapsed. This year, she and her family took part in the Travis Manion Foundation’s 9/11 Heroes Run. (Courtesy photo)
HIV cases in SF reach record low in 2019

HIV cases in SF reach record low in 2019

Disparities in diagnoses and treatment continue, with infection rates highest among Black, Latinx men

HIV cases in SF reach record low in 2019
‘Hunger Strike Antioch’ calls for former SFPD officer’s dismissal

‘Hunger Strike Antioch’ calls for former SFPD officer’s dismissal

Hiring of officer involved in 2016 police shooting triggers protests

‘Hunger Strike Antioch’ calls for former SFPD officer’s dismissal
A nurse administers a COVID-19 test at the 24th St. and Mission Plaza transit hub in San Francisco. (Photo by Noah Berger/Courtesy UCSF)

New poll shows 1 in 5 Californians know someone who has died of COVID-19

A new tracking poll conducted by the California Health Care Foundation and…

A nurse administers a COVID-19 test at the 24th St. and Mission Plaza transit hub in San Francisco. (Photo by Noah Berger/Courtesy UCSF)