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San Francisco is the best city in the world. That’s not a stretch. So what makes you happiest about San Francisco?

What do we need to protect? What should we promote?

And how do we promulgate policies that keep San Francisco special?

One of the things about government is that it is very focused on what has gone wrong – and that certainly is important. But when we think about San Francisco as a living economy, we want to make sure to spend just as much time thinking about what is going right – so we keep it going right.

Many of the greatest things about San Francisco didn’t just happen – they are the result of great policies. Thinking about what is going right is a way we can keep making our city government better. Think of it as a starting a positive feedback loop.

SF Happenings: San Francisco Holiday Events
1 week ago

SF Happenings: San Francisco Holiday Events

By  •  Arts & Culture, Events, Food

Welcome to Reset San Francisco’s 15th installment of SF Happenings, a weekly series that highlights amazing things happening in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area.

The articles cover everything from art exhibits and …
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Laguna Honda Hospital Celebrates Its 150th Anniversary
2 months ago

Laguna Honda Hospital Celebrates Its 150th Anniversary

By  •  Healthy Living, Neighborhood, SF Favorites

At Reset San Francsico, we use our Community Camera feature to shine a spotlight on the amazing community activism and engagement that is taking place all across San Francisco that …
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Community Camera Photo: Remembering Robin Williams
3 months ago

Community Camera Photo: Remembering Robin Williams

By  •  Arts & Culture, Neighborhood, SF Favorites

Welcome to the fourth installment of Community Camera.

#CommunityCamera is Reset San Francisco‘s weekly series that features a photograph capturing the spirit of community within San Francisco or the broader Bay Area.

Our previous …
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Fred Lyon: Photographer of Cable Cars and Movie Stars Since the 1940s
3 months ago

Fred Lyon: Photographer of Cable Cars and Movie Stars Since the 1940s

By  •  Arts & Culture, Neighborhood, SF Favorites

In our quest to cover legislation and government policies affecting San Francisco residents, we often end up focusing our attention on local and state officials — including, of course, Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San …
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Rose Pak: Mourning a Legendary Bay Area Community Activist
3 months ago

Rose Pak: Mourning a Legendary Bay Area Community Activist

By  •  Neighborhood, News, SF Favorites

This week, San Francisco is mourning the loss of Rose Pak, legendary activist and community organizer, who died on September 18 of natural causes at the age of 68.

Pak had worked …
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Community Camera: Winning Photo for September 14, 2016
3 months ago

Community Camera: Winning Photo for September 14, 2016

By  •  Neighborhood, SF Favorites

Last month, we announced the launch of Community Camera, Reset San Francisco‘s weekly photo contest.

As we explained in our launch announcement, each week we’ll ask readers to share a photograph that they feel best captures the spirit …
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