On Sept. 3, over 350 people, most from the Crescent Park, Pullman, Monterey Pines and Deliverance Temple apartments, met at Booker T. Anderson, Jr. park for the ninth annual Put the Guns Down gathering.
Girls who take in what has become known as “princess culture” — typified by Disney movies and their portrayal of women in stereotypical gender roles — can internalize those ideals, often to their own detriment, researchers found.
To many of us, $1 million in savings sounds like a myth. I am sure most of my fellow millennials can barely imagine earning $1 million throughout our lifetimes, much less having that amount tucked into a savings account. Remember, over half of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings account.
The reason I’ve been working so hard on this is to give other young people a chance to get the support that I eventually ended up getting from programs like Gateway to College and from organizations like the RYSE Center
The first annual Clean Up Rich City Day, on June 30, began at Nicholl Park and proceeded down both sides of the street to 23rd Street as participants picked up trash along the road.
Your success as a college president requires that you combine your technical or subject matter expertise with strong leadership skills.
Lateefah Simon is a November 2016 candidate for BART Board District 7, which includes portions of Alameda, Contra Costa, and San Francisco counties.
So given the daily violence in America and in San Francisco itself, forgive me if I offer up a shrug to the news that ISIS is coming. Can it possibly do more damage than what we have already done to ourselves?
Richmond residents looking to spruce up their property will soon have access to a tool library, a lending program offering a variety of tools for home, garden and craft projects.
Many parents and community members showed up to express their concerns over the superintendent search and the short timeline allocated to elect a candidate by July 1. They said they were upset about the rushed timeline and lack of community engagement. They also expressed doubts about what they said were inequitable use of bond funds.