Seven day Snapshot of the Richmond Real Estate Market
We have some big news to share; we are bringing City College classes to the Sunset!
We campaigned on this idea last year, held a town hall to get your ideas on classes and are so proud to announce the launch of City College Sunset for the Spring 2020 semester.
Supervisor Gordon Mar directed the city attorney to draft an expansion of the Public Education Enrichment Fund to cover essential community-serving City College programs and classes.
Richmond Neighborhood Center Toy Drive Open House, Dec. 17, 2019.
Kirk’s greatest work of art is undoubtedly his home on 46th Avenue, between Santiago and Taraval streets, which he proudly refers to as “The Rebel Base.” The house is a hall of wonders with art and paraphernalia ranging from Star Trek to Star Wars, Egyptian history to AC/DC, and Batman to San Francisco history.
The Inner Sunset Flea Market ended its 2019 season on Nov. 10 with clear-blue skies, dozens of vendors, food trucks, entertainment and activities designed to bring together the Inner Sunset community.
Police activity in the Sunset District in November, 2019.
The Inner Sunset has a new flavor added to its diverse plate of eateries. And the owners are excited to share their creations with the community. That new entry into the food scene is Queens, a Korean market on Ninth Avenue, just steps from Golden Gate Park.
The Sunset Youth Orchestra (SYO) has come a long way since its founding two decades ago. From its humble beginnings, it has performed throughout the Bay Area and even made it to the stage at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the dream of countless performers and musicians.
On its website, the Common Sense Party is framed as a needed antidote to the lack of choices in California, the polarized nature of the two-party system and the inefficiencies of current government.
In a first of its kind for the Sunset District, the residents of a building on Taraval Street will not be facing eviction thanks to a citywide program for keeping long-term tenants housed in place.
Amundsen’s goals were to survey the Magnetic North Pole (which compasses point to) and sail from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, which required passing north of Canada through the dangerous Northwest Passage, a task which had never been successfully done.
But the real reason I write is to suggest it might be a good time to examine with open eyes the governance of this district, SF generally and the state as a whole.
There’s another opportunity to join us at our second open house to learn about the staging locations for L Taraval Improvement Project Segment B’s work (Sunset Boulevard to West Portal).
On behalf of the Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church I am writing to bring to your attention a story worth sharing with the Inner Sunset community at large, particularly with any history buffs, music lovers or folks trying to figure out something fun to do on New Year’s Eve this year.