A month after the new Gus’s Market opened up at 44th Avenue and Noriega Street, customers are giving good reviews of the new store compared to the old one just a block away.
As we ring in the Year of the Ox, we’re hopeful for health and wellness in the year to come. Last year we held the Sunset’s first neighborhood-wide Lunar New Year celebration, and while we wish we could have gathered together again this year, we’re celebrating all the same.
Efforts are underway to give landmark status to one of San Francisco’s hidden jewels in a location that has featured predominantly in the City’s history for more than a hundred years.
As the L Taraval Improvement Project is nearing completion, street repaving is scheduled to begin on March 15 and continue for approximately a couple of weeks.
For at least the 31 years I have lived in the Sunset District, the UGH, bordered, on either side by parallel pedestrian/biking paths, has effectively and safely served its function of providing a (quite scenic!) route of access between Sloat Boulevard and Lincoln Way, without complaint and to everybody’s satisfaction.
Filmmaker Joey Yee explores the Sunset District in his latest YouTube video.
Nearly $500,000 was allocated in February by San Francisco supervisors, acting as the county’s regional transportation authority, for the Great Highway Outer Sunset Traffic Management Project.
Businesses and residents along Taraval Street have expressed concerns over the renovation work known as The Taraval Project currently underway along the busy commercial and residential corridor,
Letter to the Editor: Sunset Community Alliance Assoc. Against Irving St. Affordable Housing Project
I am writing on behalf of the SF Sunset Community Alliance Association to highlight the facts and reality of the situation about the construction of the colossal affordable housing buidling at 2550 Irving St. in the mid-Sunset.
Looking at the 2550 Irving St. Project from a youth perspective, I see an opportunity for low-income youth to overcome the financial instabilities of their families and receive a solid foundation to focus on education, extracurricular activities, and their interests.
First wave of school sites inspected and ready; Board calls on City for support with vaccines, regular testing, and public transit
The program provides all-day, in-person learning support for high needs students participating in SFUSD’s distance learning curriculum.
“If Supervisor Mar truly cares about families, why does he consistently support actions that make it more difficult and expensive for anyone who must drive a vehicle?”
The main ingredients going into this curry – beets, potatoes and carrots – are packed with nutrients that can help us with regulating blood flow, maintaining an ideal blood pressure and lowering the bad cholesterol.
The Sunset Wellness Mercantile launched this week, and brings a new open-air business corridor to 37th Avenue between Ortega and Pacheco streets.