Officials have confirmed two mountain lion sightings in San Francisco since Aug. 21, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today.
Eat, Drink, Shop, Play, Connect and Be Local! The 25th annual Sunset Community Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the West Sunset Playground at 39th Avenue and Ortega Street.
Inner Sunset Flea Market takes place every second Sunday of the month. Irving Street between Ninth and 10th avenues, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Family fun, food and finds.
There were many different opinions held by the community, though most were in opposition. It was hoped that this meeting would find an alternate staging area for construction at the large lot cornering Sloat and Lake Merced boulevards.
The top men and women lawn bowlers in the country will compete at the 2019 Lawn Bowling National Championships, hosted by the San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club (SFLBC) in Golden Gate Park, later this month.
Visit Footprint Shoes at 1701 Taraval for great deals on footwear and accessories. Trunk show on Sept. 14.
Limited entry points, no coolers, clear backpacks and other new rules will apply to the 2019 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass event.
A crowd of onlookers gathers atop a Sunset District sand dune to watch the launch of McGill Glider No. 813N, by the Pacific Glider School at 33rd Avenue and Kirkham Street, on May 24, 1930.
The chances are good that David Dunford is the only Sunset District resident who is from Kenya and has competed in the Olympic games.
“The Inner Sunset is the greatest area in the City,” Kamely said, throwing his strong hands across his chest. “America is a great opportunity for everyone who has a dream.
Three popular attractions in Golden Gate Park will soon see “flexible” pricing rates for entrance fees charged to visitors residing outside of San Francisco on weekends, which city officials hope will raise revenue and relieve congestion.
Police activity in the Sunset District in August, 2019.
The proposed California Anti Corruption Initiative is envisioned
to change this sorry state by making it illegal to affix or
associate the name of ANY living individual to any publicly owned
bridge, right of way, vehicle or other property.
The San Francisco School Board’s abrupt change to its decision to cover some controversial murals with panels instead of paint has satisfied almost no one, but has also left opponents of the painting option scrambling to respond.
District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar’s office discovered an unsettling detail about the crime statistics made available by the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD): They are few and far between.