Depending on how you plan to serve this beet borscht, it can be thick or thin; it can vary in form, content and consistency. I like my beet bortsch with lots of red broth. You can modify the recipe by adding more vegetables, such as potatoes (or even beans) to make it thicker.
Press Release: SFPD Arrests Suspect for 22nd Ave. Residential Explosion and Fire
The suspect, identified as 53-year-old male Darron Price of San Francisco, was booked into San Francisco County Jail for the felony charges of involuntary manslaughter (192(b) PC), manufacturing narcotics (11379.6(a) H&S), and two counts of child endangerment (273 a(a) PC).
Planning Commission OKs EIR for New Recreation Area at Lake Merced
With a unanimous vote, the San Francisco Planning Commission approved a final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) aiming to redevelop the old shooting range of the former Pacific Rod and Gun Club at Lake Merced.
‘Then and Now’: Irving Street and Ninth Avenue
Comparison photos of Irving Street and Ninth Avenue 108 years apart.
Photos: Explosion in the Outer Sunset, Feb. 9, 2023
Photos from the scene of an explosion in the Outer Sunset. Follow imbedded link to ABC7News coverage.
Police Blotter: Sunset District
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
City Hall: Joel Engardio
There are lots of opinions about who a district supervisor should be, what ideologies they should support and which identities they should represent.
Eight-Story Complex Planned for Haight and Stanyan
In an effort to house the homeless, the City is moving forward with plans to build an eight-story, mixed-use building with 160 residential units of affordable housing on the corner of Haight and Stanyan streets.
Khalid Zakzouk, ‘The Sunset’s Banksy’
Neighborhood passersby began to take notice and started conversations with him. Children in the neighborhood tried to figure out his Pac-Man style mazes. Sunset District merchants started inviting him to create works on the sidewalks at their storefronts, including Sam and Ghada Kaleh, owners of Lucca Food Deli and Wine Shop on Irving Street and 20th Avenue (established in 1927).
‘Overtures and Undertows’: Muni Scars – How Public Transportation Toughened Me Up
I’ve been riding public transportation in San Francisco since childhood. As early as age 7, I took buses, street cars and cable cars by myself. For the most part, it was safe. Of course, there were a few dicey experiences, which caused me to grow up faster.
Longtime Laguna Honda Hospital Residents Hang on Under Cloud of Relocation
When 45-year-old Felipe Martinez suffered a massive stroke that left him unable to stand, walk, swallow or handle any of the activities of daily living, the one thing he was certain of was that Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center wasn’t for him. Now in his early 60s and after 17 years of intensive physical therapy as a resident patient there, he’s regained some of those skills and his feelings about the hospital have changed. “I don’t know what I will do if they close Laguna Honda down.”
Real State: John M. Lee – Sunset District
The Sunset District’s single-family median home prices finally took a dip after rising 10 years in a row with median prices declining by .3% and the number of sales by 10.7% in 2022.
‘Then and Now’: Taraval Street and 33rd Avenue
Photos of the southwest view of 33rd Avenue and Taraval Street from 1951 to 2022.
‘Kilduff’s Korner’ by Paul Kilduff
Cartoon by Paul Kilduff
Police Blotter: Sunset District
Recent police activity in the Sunset District