BEST OF THE RICHMOND
Special thanks to Carmen Lee for her work on creating the “Best of the Richmond – Food” project. From her suggestion made over the Labor Day weekend to tallying the final results, Carmen was the key player in the project. “I truly believe in the press, like The Richmond Review, as a source of important civic engagement,” she said. “‘Best of the Richmond – Food’ is a form of community building!” Thank you for your community spirit, Carmen!
DO YOU KNOW AN ADDICT?
We understand the stress caused by substance abuse. Nar-Anon is a support group for families and friends of addicts. For more information, visit gganaranon.org.
Happy February birthday to Clara and Michelle, Astrid and Doug Downen, Brendan Fox, Missy Keehan, Howard and Jason Michael Leigh, Peter Miller, Kelly Poole, Ryder Sanders and Santina Sullivan. To add a name to the monthly birthday list, email Editor@RichmondSunsetNews.com. Free.
HOUSEHOLD ASSISTANT WANTED
For housecleaning, organizing, 3-8 hours/wk. Flexible hours. $20/hr. plus.In the Outer Richmond; ideal for student. I am vaccinated and will be masked; you should be also. Send phone number and info to email@example.com.
SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
A commissioned sales position is available for a positive, friendly, outdoing sales representative for the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers and the RichmondSunsetNews.com website. Great project for someone looking to earn some extra cash, a flexible schedule, no sales quotas and a great way to learn more about our terrific neighborhoods. Experience preferred, but not required. Email Editor@RichmondSunsetNews.com. Plus, you will get to see your name in the paper in the staff box each month!
LIVE-IN ASSISTANT AVAILABLE
Local lady seeks live-in position on west side of San Francisco as a long-term companion or house sitter. Duties can include supervision, light cooking, shopping, watering garden, etc. Non-smoker, vaccinated and mask wearing. Uses public transportation. Trustworthy and reliable. Working for your health and security is my top priority. Excellent references. Call 415-731-6112 or 415-561-9275 and leave your phone number and best time to return your call.
MEET THE EDITOR
Meet the editor of the Richmond Review: You are invited to meet with Michael Durand, editor and publisher of the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers and the RichmondSunsetNews.com website. Bring your story ideas, feedback, suggestions, questions, announcement items and advertising inquiries. We are also welcoming new writers and photographers interested in contributing stories and photos. One Richmond storefront, 802 Clement St., every second Wednesday of the month, 1-2:30 p.m. For more information, call 415-706-6428 or email Editor@RichmondSunsetNews.com. Scheduled appointments not necessary but appreciated.
MUSEUM AT THE CLIFF
The Western Neighborhoods Project, with ACT Art Conservation and The Great Highway gallery, present a pop-up exhibition, “The Museum at The Cliff,” which showcases a selection of art and artifacts recently saved from an auction that liquidated historical holdings at the landmark restaurant. The museum is open to the public Thursday through Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. until April 15, 2022. Free. For more information, go to OutsideLands.org.
NEW PLANT SHOP + ART GALLERY ON BALBOA STREET
Welcome Common Space to the neighborhood! With a mission to support local artists and makers, Common Space is a retail shop and artists’ studio featuring locally made goods (and plants!). It is also hosting workshops and events for the community in its beautiful space. Stop by to say hello at 3832 Balboa St. Store hours: noon-6 p.m., Thursday – Sunday. Subscribe to the newsletter at commonspacesf.com. Follow them on Instagram @commonspacesf.
OUTER SUNSET FARMERS MARKET AND MERCANTILE
Join us at our weekly Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile, Sundays 9 a.m.-3 p.m on 37th Avenue from Ortega to Quintara streets featuring local farmers, highly acclaimed food trucks/vendors, makers, merchants, artists and causes, plus live music, children’s activities, yoga and more! Come eat, drink, shop, play, connect, be local and celebrate the Lunar New Year on Feb. 6 with lion dancers, special performances and activities! Go to sunsetmercantilesf.com or call 415-465-2475 for more details.
STAMP COLLECTOR AND STAMP COLLECTIONS
Stamp collector is buying stamps and stamp collections. I am buying the “older stamps” from the 1800s to 1930. American Philatelic Society member since 1986. Pictures are appreciated. Call or text message 415-533-0761.
STUDENT INTERNSHIPS AT STOW LAKE
San Francisco Nature Education offers outdoor youth internships at Stow Lake in April and May to learn about and teach about the great blue herons nesting at Stow Lake. Students must be seventh or eighth graders or enrolled in high school. Interns use binoculars and spotting scopes during the program, as well as sketching the birds in action. To learn more and apply, go to sfnature.org. Click on “Get Involved.” Deadline: Feb. 12. No phone calls, please. Questions: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE CLIFF MOTION PICTURE GALLERY
The Museum at the Cliff invites submissions for the final video installment of The Cliff Moving Picture Gallery, a unique after-dark projected video artwork that animates the windows of the Cliff House with images from its own history. Become part of if the show.
What is your Cliff House history? If you have photos, films or videos of your time with friends and family at the former Cliff House or the area around it, email jpeg files to: email@example.com by Feb. 15. Submissions are also welcome on Instagram: tag @outsidelandz or @benwoodstudio #mycliffhousesf. Photos with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi are preferred for archival purposes. If you are not able to scan, you can take a photo with your digital camera or iPhone at 72 dpi. If you have any questions feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Video projections will be on view through March 2022.
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