The college is entertaining the possibility of bringing a Great Depression-era scale model of the city to campus.
Police Required To Pound Pavement
In this week’s newsletter, a new law requires police staff foot and bike patrols, and then:
- Hundreds of City College faculty and staff rally
- Annual Ingleside Turkey Drive dates announced
- Events Around the Neighborhood
- Worth Reading
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Supervisor Ahsha Safaí, who represents much of Ingleside, put forward the new requirement that was unanimously passed by lawmakers.
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Around the Neighborhood
- Día de los Muertos Celebration at YAX Kapuso
WHAT: Youth Art Exchange Studios at Kapuso is hosting a free all ages community altar making event.
WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023, from 2 to 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: YAX Studios at Kapuso, 400 Geneva Ave.
- The Story Behind the Cliff House's Cedar Totem Pole
WHAT: Learn the story of how Chief Mathias Joe, master carver and hereditary Chief of the Squamish First Nation in British Columbia, carved the city’s preeminent totem pole.
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023, at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Merced Branch Library, 155 Winston Dr.
- Bright-Randolph Mini Park Cleanup
WHAT: Join We Are OMI, Friends of the OMI Mini Parks, Ocean View Library, RefuseRefuseSF, Shine On, San Francisco Public Works and TogetherSF for a neighborhood cleanup.
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023, 9:30 to 11 a.m.
WHERE: Randolph and Bright Mini Park, 100 Randolph St.
Disclaimer: Always double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change and errors do occur.
- NBC Bay Area: Demonstrators temporarily block lanes on Highway 101 in SF, rally for cease-fire in Gaza
- San Francisco Standard: Police Hiring: San Francisco Lawmaker Revives Recruitment Push
- ABC 7: San Francisco expanding jail space due to surge in drug arrests, sheriff says
- Mission Local: CSU faculty union votes 95% to sanction state-wide strike
- San Francisco Chronicle: S.F. Mayor Breed pushed to create hiring plan for health workers
- ABC 7: California warns San Francisco it may lose funding if city doesn't meet housing goal
- NBC Bay Area: San Francisco to impose moratorium on Mission District street vendors
- San Francisco Examiner: Smitten closes SF Mission ice cream shop after vandalism
- SF Gate: Local artist wins 'I Voted!' sticker contest for SF-inspired design