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On February 11, 2019, join the Chinese Historical Society of America, director/producer Rick Quan, and the family of Edwin Lee for the World Premiere of the documentary film Mayor Ed Lee, a chronicle of the life and times of San Francisco’s 43 rd mayor. The son of working-class immigrants who grew up in Seattle’s public housing, Ed Lee became a San Francisco Chinatown lawyer, champion of civil rights and equal opportunity, and the first Chinese American mayor of a major U.S. city. The hour-long documentary celebrates his life of service and preserves his memory for future generations. Tickets...
United Way’s 2-1-1 United Way is mobilizing resources to support impacted workers across the country. Dial 211 to speak to a Specialist about what local resources may be available to you. United Way may be able to help those seeking assistance with rent and mortgage payments, utility bills, and groceries. Financial Assistance Many major banks and credit unions are offering help with fees and loans. Check with your financial institution to see what resources may be available to you. Freedom Mortgage has set up special services for those no longer receiving paychecks. Call 855.690.5900 or visit...
You may not be able to rock the vote in this year’s Academy Awards but you can cast your ballot in the 2019 Airport Readers’ Choice Awards. USA TODAY 10Best is looking for the best shops and eats at airports nationwide and SFO has made the cut in several categories. Please help us reach for #1 by selecting your top picks at https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/ . Best Airport Bar / Restaurant Atmosphere Farmerbrown Samovar Tea Best Airport for Dining San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Best Airport for Shopping San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Best Airport Grab-And-Go Dining...
San Francisco Police Offers working at SFO recently sprang into action to save the day – and the life – of a 38-year-old woman in the terminals. Just prior to the holidays, Sergeant Bobby Cheung of the San Francisco Police Department Airport Bureau was flagged down by an Airport employee who advised him that there was an unresponsive person in a nearby stairwell. Upon finding the woman without a pulse, Sergeant Cheung began CPR and radioed for an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to be brought to the scene. Airport Bureau Officers Ryan Mariano and Christopher Giles responded with an AED...