Supporters of a Native American activist who has spent more than 40 years behind bars for a crime he says he didn’t commit have ramped up their push for clemency after he recently tested positive for COVID-19.
Located on 2007 Franklin Street in San Francisco, the Haas-Lilienthal House is the only intact Victorian house in the city that operates as a museum complete with original furniture and artifacts.
Painted in 1998, the mural Hope for the World Cure, at Market and 15th Street in the Castro district, is one of the most powerful public artworks about the chaos and solidarity of the AIDS crisis in San Francisco and worldwide. In late December 2021, approximately one-third of the two-story mural was defaced with graffiti. Restoration will cost an estimated $50,000, according to public relations.
Delano Nursery might be celebrating their 100-year anniversary, but City College graduate Lauren Borden is infusing the business with new life. The nursery’s sales have grown exponentially since Borden joined in 2014, going from 58,000 to 2.85 million products sold in a year.
The deplorable situation in San Francisco does not seem to have an immediate solution, meanwhile, residents are beginning to doubt whether the policies that have been taken in recent years have been the result of the current and scary reality of San Francisco, and how long it might take to recover the city from the ruins.