A year and a half ago, Rhee moved with her husband from Mountain View to the Sunset. They are brand new parents with their first child being born in January.
“What I love most about the Sunset is the strong sense of community among the residents here. People feel very connected to the neighborhood and to each other,” Mar said.
The burial ground was one of four large cemeteries in the area and was removed in the early 1930s to be replaced by Rossi Playground and housing.
I Pledge Allegiance Often repeated is Justice Louis D. Brandeis’ observation in the Dec. 20, 1913 edition of Harper’s Weekly: “Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. […]
Letters to the editor of the Richmond Review newspaper.
Police activity in the Richmond District in February, 2019.
I am seeing more properties coming onto the market and preparing for a good spring selling season. The factors affecting optimism seem to be the instability of the stock market and buyer hesitations that we might be at the top of the market.
According to the UCSF Police Department, on the morning of Friday, March 8, the UCSF Police Department was notified of two separate armed robberies of UCSF employees occurring in the Inner Sunset neighborhood near the Parnassus campus.
In response to the February article (Richmond Review/Sunset Beacon) on the use of both Lake Merced water and Sunset Reservoir water to fight post-earthquake fires in the Outer Richmond and Outer Sunset, it is gratifying to see that the SF Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is finally willing to concede that the use of our drinking water alone will not enable the SF Fire Department (SFFD) to combat post-earthquake fires in hundreds of blocks of wood-frame housing.
This year, I am proud to honor a woman who continues to break boundaries in her trailblazing career, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.
On Tuesday, March 19, 12:30-3:30 p.m., San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD), in collaboration with Community Youth Center, Agape Community Center and Golden Gate Church, will hold a Community Safety Fair for members of the public.
Community Updates Dear neighbors, Happy Year of the Boar! I kicked off February by attending a celebration of Black History Month at City Hall and joined more than 100 families for a […]
What once served as the frontline defenses and the eyes and ears of the Coast Artillery Corps are slowly fading into historical oblivion. During World War II, San Francisco was the second most heavily defended harbor in the United States.
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department unveiled its new main trail through the Oak Woodlands in Golden Gate Park on Feb 22. The scenic path was dedicated to Phil Arnold, a longtime advocate for local parks, open space and recreational trail opportunities.
An effort to give landmark status to two Richmond District schools is languishing in limbo after the nomination of both schools by the City’s Historic Preservation Commission was rejected by the San Francisco Board of Education.