A free all-star concert, dubbed “Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2,” was held at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park on June 20.
Members of the Other Avenues Food Co-op celebrate after the Outer Judah Street business was named “small business
of the year” by District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang.
The building would have four stories, with the upper three built over a parking garage. The residential floors would encircle a central courtyard.
Katy Tang, who represents the Sunset and Parkside districts on the SF Board of Supervisors, announced on June 12 that she would not be seeking re-election this November. Tang has promised that she will serve out her term, breaking a pattern that has seen several mayor-appointed supervisors replacing early departures from the District 4 office.
Fun and educational activities for the whole family.
The GBRT would strip Geary Boulevard of its traffic islands and trees and replace them with long stretches of bus-only lanes, painted red, along much of the major transit artery for the Richmond. An average of 52,000 passengers use the #38-Geary bus line daily.
The Inner Sunset District Flea market is held on the second Sunday of the month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Letters to the editor of the Sunset Beacon.
Scott, 33, a six-year San Francisco resident who recently moved to the Inner Sunset, says visually she wanted the film to have two qualities: “Vérité, having customers come in and it being very natural. I also wanted to do night shoots to play with shadows, darks and lights – moodiness.”
Police activity in the Sunset District.
On Aug. 7, National Night Out will be taking place throughout the country and each police district will have a venue. It is an annual community-building event that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer.
San Francisco is always in the process of naming and renaming streets, to honor new heroes or outstanding citizens or to remove the names of those deemed unworthy by today’s standards.
News items about the Sunset District.
According to the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), a recently approved plan addresses the short-term and long-term management of the Mt.Sutro Reserve.
As the Sunset District struggles to fill vacant commercial buildings, some merchants along Taraval Street west of 25th Avenue wonder if the recent removal of about 70 parking spaces on the commercial corridor might also be the final factor that puts them out of business.