With the American Psychological Association (APA) reporting in October 2020 that the pandemic is likely to give way to “serious health and social consequences for years to come;” it is clear that this is the time to look at alternative practices for healing and recovery.
The aerial photo of the old Kezar Stadium is worth more than a million words as it also tells the story of one of San Francisco’s greatest schools, the former Polytechnic High School.
Molcaxitl is a traditional Mexican kitchen based out of the Sunset District. Its founder, Nomar Ramirez, started the kitchen to reintroduce the community to forgotten parts of indigenous cuisine.
As is generally true of conservatives who have one finger in the pot of fiscal probity, Quentin Kopp gets some things right and others wrong.
A question not asked of the SFUSD is why are the schools not open when it has been reported that the schools in China have beem open since the year before last?
A visit to El Cafe, the latest business located on the northside corner of Taraval and 24th Avenue in the Sunset/Parkside District, offers customers more than a cup of organic coffee and a tasty sandwich.
Soups are a satisfying addition to a menu. They can be attractive, nutritious and delicious. On a chilly winter day or evening, there is nothing as welcoming as the smell of hot soup to come home to!
In 1910, Adolph Sutro’s massive estate, including this area, was assessed by A.S. Baldwin, creating a block-by-block photographic record of much of the west side. This photo of Block 625, No. 35, shows the southeasterly corner of Irving (then known as I Street) and 48th Avenue, looking north to the Murphy Windmill in Golden Gate Park.
Police activity in the Sunset District in December, 2020.
2020 Sunset Real Estate Review – Sunset District
Martin Jacobs, who grew up in the Sunset District, wrote a new book titled “Kezar Stadium: 49ers Fans Remember,” which takes the reader on a journey back through memories of the stadium that housed the 49ers until 1971.
Through all the challenges, tragedies and opportunities that 2020 brought us, it brought out the best in our community in many ways.
Investigators from the San Francisco Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Lester Greene who was reported missing from his home in the Parkmerced Area of San Francisco on Jan. 5, 2021
About five years ago, longtime Sunset District resident Wayne Chan found a note in his mailbox that would have a significant impact on his life. It was during a drought, when his lawn was brown and lifeless, that someone dropped off a flyer reading: “We Buy Ugly Houses.”
For the owner and employees of Underdogs Too restaurant on Taraval near Ocean Beach, 2020 kept getting worse. On the morning of Dec. 15 at around 7:15 a.m., Doug Marschke, the owner of the bar and Mexican food restaurant at 3600 Taraval St., woke up to find neighbors texting him that his business was on fire.