The history of Louis’ Restaurant brings a rich visual story of not just the location but also the people, friends, family, employees and even Adolph Sutro’s nephew who negotiated a deal with Louie and his wife Helen in opening up a cafe on the Point Lobos Avenue cliffside in 1936.
Shoestring Radio Theatre, which has been producing radio shows for 32 years, is not letting COVID-19 get in the way of providing radio drama for fans of the art (and there are many).
My neighborhood is home to what may very well be the tallest cactus in San Francisco. I have no data to back that up, but I’m pretty confident about it.
Column by Alexandr Clark I hope everyone out there is doing well, staying healthy, and staying calm during these trying times. It’s not easy, that’s for sure – especially with teenagers home […]
One lawsuit brought by the California attorney general and joined by the district attorney’s offices of Marin, Alameda and San Francisco counties against the Neptune Society and its parent company, Service Corporation International (SCI), accuses the funeral and cremation company of using a fraudulent marketing scheme to bilk consumers by taking money out of a trust fund set up to reimburse customers who pay in advance but later change their plans and seek refunds.
Gaslight & Shadows Antiques, at Clement Street and 25th Avenue, is a one-of-a-kind antique store. Phyllis Nabhan, the owner since 1976, remembers when there were lots of antique dealers on Clement Street. Her store, now the only one remaining, offers an eclectic mix of items for casual shoppers to serious collectors.
Column by Alexander Clark The market is starting to heat up. By heat up, I’m talking what little inventory shows up, quickly going into contract. It’s too soon to note any price […]
Column by Alexander Clark Happy new year to everyone in the Richmond/Sunset (or those that aspire to live here). It’s been a typically quiet holiday season in the world of real estate, […]
Photos from the 2019 Greater Geart Boulevard Merchants Association luncheon at the Hotel Kabuki, Nov. 1, 2019. Photos by Phyllis Nabhan.
While there was no consensus about what to do with the greenbelt strips running along both sides of Park Presidio Boulevard, plenty of ideas were tossed around at a recent community meeting.
Cleo Jong (left) and her sister, Betty Choy, are a part of a mural that hangs at the Wells Fargo Bank branch at Irving Street and 24th Avenue.
Hot Prowl Burglary: Seventh Avenue, Nov. 27, 10:07 a.m. The victim stated she was in her apartment by herself when she saw a hand reach out and take her wallet from a stand outside her bedroom […]
Letters to the editor of the Richmond ReView.
The CYC was established to provide youths with alternatives and access to legitimate
means of achieving their aspirations and independence as well as reaching their highest
potential as individuals with a positive self and cultural identity.
The recent wildfires that devastated parts of Northern California this fall have caused
communities across the state to question what resources they have available to quickly
put out large fires.