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Photos from St. Patrick’s Day, 2019 in front of the United Irish Cultural Center on 45th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard. Photos by Michael Durand.
As former co-editor and publisher of the Sunset Beacon, I want to congratulate Paul Kozakiewicz on three amazing decades of service to the communities of the Richmond and Sunset Districts.
A new edition to the mid-Taraval food scene had its “soft opening’ on Saturday, March 16.
In February, construction began on the Baker Beach Green Streets Project. This project is located along El Camino Del Mar between the Legion of Honor and the Lands End Trailhead, on Sea Cliff Avenue from 26th to 25th avenues, and on GGNRA park land at the California Coastal Trail at 25th Avenue North.
A link to photo of a 42′ by 38′ detailed wooden replica of the city of San Francisco as it was in 1940 in 158 pieces at a scale of 1 inch to 100 feet.
To accommodate the final phase of the Inner Sunset Streetscape Improvement Project, Muni will run bus shuttles for the N-Judah Line between Ocean Beach and Carl and Cole streets starting on April 13 and continuing for approximately two weeks.
Experience spring in bloom on a guided habitat tour of Mount Sutro’s native plant communities.
For the tenth consecutive year, UC San Francisco’s School of Medicine placed in the top five nationally in the U.S. News & World Report survey of best graduate and professional schools.
Beginning Sunday, March 31, the Presidio of San Francisco, in partnership with Off the Grid, unveils an eighth season of Presidio Picnic with an exciting line up of new and returning mobile food creators and cultural dance performances.
As a resident of the Inner Sunset, I am concerned about the potential fire hazard posed by the aging eucalyptus forest in the Mt. Sutro Open Space Reserve that is owned and managed by the UCSF Medical Center.
Fleishhacker Pool, a six-million-gallon outdoor swimming pool at Ocean Beach south of Sloat Boulevard, opened to the public in 1925.
Now that we’re a little more settled in at City Hall, I’m excited to get back out and spend more time in the neighborhood.
“If you see something say something.” You are the eyes and ears of the community. Taraval Station has a great relationship with its residents so let us know when you think something is just not right.