Leaders from the arts and business communities have partnered together to create Art Walk SF.
Celebrating the art, music, food, and small businesses of the City with Saturday Art Walks in a different SF neighborhood each month.
Prop. I would reverse this effort, forcing car traffic back on JFK Drive and destroying the weekend compromise for the Upper Great Highway that District 4 residents support.
This cabbage recipe is easy to prepare and affordable to make for a large crowd. Besides being inexpensive, cabbage prepared using this method is delicious!
Photos of Sunset Boulevard from 1931 (before it was paved) and recently in 2022.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
The race to represent the Sunset District at City Hall is in full sprint mode, with incumbent Gordon Mar hoping to fend off challenger Joel Engardio in the Nov. 8 election.
As discussions continue about how St. Ignatius College Preparatory and the Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile can co-exist on a shared space, the Sunset Beacon offered each party an opportunity to share with the community their side of the issue
I’m excited to share that the SF Board of Supervisors adopted my Veterans Affordable Housing Access Act, a new policy that helps prevent homelessness and expands access to affordable housing for veterans.
Plans to demolish the one-story home of Livingwater Fellowship church on Vicente Street and replace it with two four-story residential buildings of six units total are now under review by the San Francisco Planning Department.
It is hard to miss this creative and fanciful artwork painted on a house at the corner of Irving Street and 36th Avenue in the Sunset District. The work is by San Francisco artist Joshua Coffy.
The Lincoln Mustangs have had notable success in recent years. For the 2018-19 season, the Mustangs went undefeated and won the CIF State Championship Bowl game for Division 7A.
The 10,000 Buddha Relics Collection, one of the largest collections of its kind in the world, is at the Dharma Treasury Temple Saturday, Sept. 3 to Monday, Sept. 5. Free showings will be open daily for 3 days, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
I’ve noticed the high speed in 19th Avenue. Ive talked to bus drivers and the response its been the same: the speed of some drivers is very high and above the limits. It feels dangerous to be close to the road or even 10 feet away, close to the wall of a house or business …
For readers of the Sunset Beacon: There is a new Tai Chi Chih class happening at 40th Avenue and Vicente Street at the South Sunset Community Center.