This Saturday, March 27, from 10 a.m. to noon, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) is hosting a virtual open house on the District 4 Mobility Study.
On Sunday, March 21, more than 20 adults and six children showed up to help clean the streets. They were able to cover a lot of ground cleaning Pacheco, Ortega, and Noriega streets from Great Highway to 38th Avenue …
American schools once were number one among advance countries abroad. Today they are now among the worst.
This photo of the corner of Fifth and Parnassus avenues was taken by United Railroads (predecessor of Market Street Railway and Muni) staff photographer John Henry Mentz on Oct. 30, 1919.
Visit Far Out Gallery on the Outer Edge of San Francisco. 3004 Taraval St., at 40th Avenue.
End the traffic and gridlock in the outer avenues! Closure of the Upper Great Highway has made a mess of the neighborhood. Now that construction on 19th Avenue is taking place, things are even worse!
Search “Ralph Lane” for more of his cartoons.
San Francisco officially entered the red tier in the state re-opening framework, allowing additional activities and businesses to resume recently …
I’d love to know if anyone is looking into the cozy relationship
between Google and the San Francisco Unified School District?.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
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.