In response to changing trip patterns and subway improvements, service changes are scheduled for July 9 for the L Bus. The L Bus route will be shortened to run between the San Francisco Zoo and West Portal Station, with increased frequency of trips.
For far too long, City College has suffered from budget problems that have hampered its financial stability, threatened its accreditation and discouraged enrollment.
Officers arrived on scene and discovered the train left the station. Officers were informed that the train was headed to the Castro Muni Station. Officers responded to Castro Station where they located two victims on a Muni train. Officers rendered aid and summoned medical attention.
The City can only do so much to keep these newly planted trees watered enough to ensure their continued growth. It would be satisfying to see more residents make a concerted effort to keep these trees alive and healthy with some maintenance …
The (videotape) box you carried home had a paragraph or two explaining the plot of the movie. San Francisco’s Inner Sunset District is home to Cary Pepper, the person who made a living writing many of those descriptions
Cartoon by Paul Kilduff
Comparison photos of Taraval Street Avenue from 1923 to 2022.
Thus water is not the only requirement during an earthquake in San Francisco. I remember an earthquake that happened at Market Street at Beal Street where the concrete façade’s on the buildings’ roofs came down like rain and broke like mortar on the sidewalk as I looked up Market Street as it rolled like ocean waves at the beach.
A two-year study of the Sunset District surveyed residents and produced a report prioritizing strategies to address the district’s needs concerning supporting housing, small business and commercial corridors, as well as neighborhood services.
Photos from the Outer Sunset Farmers Market celebration of the new Chinese Cultural District in the Sunset. May 22, 2022.
Thank you for shining a light on so many of our neighborhood issues, especially those pertaining to the Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Sloat Boulevard. Open the Great Highway Alliance, a nonprofit benefit corporation, hopes you will publish the following statement concerning upcoming legislation that will affect the future of the Great Highway.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department along with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) announced recently that repairs at Sigmund Stern Grove’s Concert Meadow are nearing completion and will be ready just in time for the 85th annual Stern Grove Festival. Additional repair work in other areas of Stern Grove will continue through summer of 2023, but will not affect the concert series.
UC San Francisco has received approval for its plans to build a state-of-the-art hospital at UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights to meet the region’s growing demand for specialty care and California’s rigorous hospital seismic requirements.
We are excited to announce the release of the Sunset Forward report and final strategies. Join us for a virtual town hall on Thursday, May 26th at 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
As always, I am impressed by the commentary by the Honorable Quentin L. Kopp, this time advice on ballot measures in the May issue of the Sunset Beacon, where he begins with the prose by Walt Whitman where he says “I know nothing grander than a well contested American national election”.