Fencing has taken three-time Olympian Greg Massialas around the globe, but he chose the Sunset District for his home base. For the last seven years, Massialas has been operating MTeam Fencing Studio on Taraval Street just east of Sunset Boulevard,
Why does MTA even bother to pretend our opinions have any influence on your decisions?
The buildings, facilities, roads, parking lots, golf course, Polo Field, and the many sports venues (soccer fields, lawn bowls, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, etc.) in Golden Gate Park, leave very little parkland for people to experience.
“If Roe v. Wade is overturned, republican legislators will test their proposals for the first time in a half-century.”
Please do not allow Quentin Kopp to be denied his say. I always look forward to his column in your paper.
I don’t understand why the mayor, or the mayor’s staff, feel free to ignore tax payers by not even acknowledging communications.
Hydrant Expansion Plan Would Leave the Richmond District and Sea Cliff Without Adequate Water for Fighting Post-Earthquake Fires.
Police activity in the Sunset in May, 2021.
The Sunset Chinese Cultural District will foster leadership and collaboration to support the resiliency and ongoing vitality of this unique community in the face of many significant challenges …
Matt E. Novak accidentally came upon iconic photographs of jazz greats Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Thelonious Monk and others by William P. Gottlieb (1917-2006) when he was doing research on the Library of Congress website.
This is what Clement Street near Eighth Avenue looked like in 1904. The view is looking east with the Richmond Congregational Church on the right on the southwest corner of Seventh Avenue.
Community announcements for the Richmond and Sunset districts for June, 2021.
In October of 2015, Asima Arif ended an engineering project in Wyoming. Just two months later, she opened Earthfire Arts Studio on the corner of 10th Avenue and Judah Street in the Inner Sunset.
Recent additions to the architectural landscape – built during the challenges of a globally redefining pandemic – are new, vital structures that represent the spirit of local communities that are ready to revive and reinvigorate.
SF Hole in the Wall Pizza is open for dine in! 1825 Irving St., at 19th Avenue. (415) 564-3900.