SAN FRANCISCO BALLET CELEBRATES WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH AND CHILDREN’S BOOK BY CHELSEA CLINTON FEATURING SF BALLET PRINCIPAL DANCER YUAN YUAN TAN
Celebrating Women’s History Month in March and the worldwide success of Chelsea Clinton’s new book She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History, San Francisco Ballet (SFB) hosts an intimate breakfast, book signing, and conversation with Chelsea Clinton on Saturday, March 2 at 9:30 am.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Mayor London N. Breed and City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced a settlement agreement with the owner of 1049 Market Street that will preserve 15 units of existing housing in mid-Market and make these homes permanently affordable.
How I Learned What I Learned by August Wilson Touring Production @ Lorraine Hansberry Theatre Valentine's Day - February 24th
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre (LHT), Marin Theatre Company (MTC), and Ubuntu Theater Project have partnered on the Bay Area Premiere of August Wilson's autobiographical and final play, How I Learned What I Learned. Steven Anthony Jones Former LHT Artistic Director stars as August Wilson in How I Learned What I Learned directed by Margo Hall.
The Berlin & Beyond Film Festival (March 8-14, 2019), the largest festival of contemporary German cinema in The Americas, presented annually by the Goethe-Institut San Francisco, proudly announces the full lineup of its 23rd edition.
A history maker herself, Mayor London Breed, San Francisco 's first Black female mayor and the city's second Black mayor, shares a statement on Black History Month.
Ready for the Next Level! Time to Move Up in Your Career! Time to Manage Your Brand for Success! If Yes, It's time for you to enroll in the six week management course for high performing corporate professionals, "Design a Bold Career!" News Courtesy of the San Francisco Chapter of the National Black MBA Association.
You are invited. Each year, hundreds of us gather as an interracial, intergenerational group of community members, students, local business owners and civic leaders, all with a shared desire to honor Dr. King, his life and his legacy. Get the details.
“We cannot just say there is a homelessness crisis and continue moving at our normal pace,” said Mayor London Breed. “We need immediate action to address this public emergency, and we need to move faster to add more beds and get our unsheltered residents the services they need to help them exit homelessness. I am committed to opening 1,000 new shelter beds by 2020 to clear our nightly waitlist for shelter and bureaucracy and red tape should not delay our efforts to bring help to the people who are suffering on our streets.”
Covered California announced on Tuesday that it would give consumers who begin their enrollment application before midnight tonight three additional days to complete the process. The move comes after a surge of interest that saw more than 15,000 consumers sign up and select a plan on Monday.
Mayor London N. Breed, Supervisor Vallie Brown, City officials, and the Teamsters announced Wednesday a new City program to train commercial drivers known as CityDrive. The program provides free training to residents as commercial drivers to meet the demand at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and in the private sector.