It was announced Wednesday, May 15th that San Francisco Ballet will receive an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The grant, in the amount of $40,000, will supports new works.
A horrific proposed bill, AB1416, would prevent Californians from being able to stop the sale of our personal information if the company is selling the information to the government. Read details.
Oakland teenage talent, Angela Watson, lights up the stage of the San Francisco Ballet. Read more about the dancing genius, who wants to encourage other young dancers as Misty Copeland inspired her to take wings and fly with her magnificent Jeté and arabasque moves.
MAYOR LONDON BREED, DISTRICT 10 SUPERVISOR SHAMANN WALTON CELEBRATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN POTRERO HILL
Mayor London N. Breed, District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton, and community members today celebrated the grand opening of 1101 Connecticut Avenue, a 71-unit affordable housing development that is the first project to be completed as part of the HOPE SF Potrero Hill Master Plan.
$ 500 Million Affordable Housing Bond to Help Diffuse $3,000 A Month 1 Bedroom Rent in San Francisco
Mayor London N. Breed and Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee today announced the introduction of a $500 million Affordable Housing Bond at the Board of Supervisors, which would fund the creation, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing in San Francisco. Supervisors Vallie Brown, Ahsha Safai, Shamann Walton, and Catherine Stefani are co-sponsoring the Bond.
Immigration has become the central social issue of our time. A rise in anti-immigrant policies and rhetoric are creating instability for immigrants, including many here legally. Advocates argue that those most in need are being turned away at the border, detained, and their families separated with no clear path to follow. Yet for centuries, immigrants have come to America expecting a place of refuge, hope and opportunity. Commonwealth Club panelists of musicians and community leaders will discuss the many ways in which immigrants contribute to the United States and our people.
Now's the time to sign up for East Oakland Youth Development Center's Summer Program. School will be out soon. Reserve your spot.
May 15th City Hall Steps, 12 noon-1:00 p.m.
Journalist Wanda Sabir shares the increasing dire straights of impoverished mothers losing their children because of the high cost of living. Attend the May 10th Symposium. Also find out on May 8th about her visit to Ghana to retrace the slave route.
San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed and Supervisor Vallie Brown Wednesday joined City officials and neighborhood leaders to celebrate the completion of the new seismically safe Fire Station No. 5 in the Western Addition, where Mayor Breed served as Supervisor prior to being elected Mayor.