Yesterday afternoon I was punched in the face and pushed to the ground by two men who were attacking my manager over their not wearing masks properly.
Things to do in the Sunset District in September, 2020.
Looking east toward Ninth Avenue in 1910, Irving Street was lined with private residences and a few scattered shops. Beyond this burgeoning corridor you can see the Affiliated Colleges peeking out from the forested peaks of Mt. Sutro. That is UCSF’s Parnassus Campus today.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
Mr. Kopp has decades of experience in SF and California politics and an impeccable reputation. He is probably the most respected political veteran in San Francisco. His years of experience allow him to present a historical perspective second to none.
In response to Nancy DeStefanis letter to you. San Franciscans see a different SF today and want the prior SF back. The one with clean streets, less crime, good neighbors, and honest officials that care about their constituents.
I’m having trouble figuring out why the Richmond Review/Sunset Beacon continues to devote 33 column inches to Mr. Kopp’s monthly “Commentary” (see the September issues).
Photos from the first week of the new event called Beachside Taraval by Sunset Mercantile.
I would like to provide a countering perspective to the letter submitted by Nancy DeStefanis in criticism of Quentin Kopp’s column.
The word dal (also spelled daal or dahl) comes from the Sanskrit phrase “to split” and refers to a soup-like preparation of split peas, beans or lentils, which are staples in Indian cuisine.
I’ve been tested regularly for COVID-19 since the onset of this public health crisis, and my most recent test result came back positive. This experience has shown me firsthand the ways San Francisco is leading in addressing this pandemic.
Blueprints for buildings to house teachers and other employees of the San Francisco Unified School District at the old Francis Scott Key Annex are currently with the SF Planning Department, waiting for approval.
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This glass negative shows a slice of life at the Lands End Station near Mile Rock in 1906. People waiting for a United Railroads streetcar along this electrified Cliff Line could take in the view from benches along its perimeter, or escape the unpredictable weather and grab a snack from the waiting room inside.
I was very surprised and disappointed that you would devote so much space in the August issue to Quentin Kopp’s reactionary views in his column “In Pursuit of Justice.”