While residents living on or near Lake Street await a final decision, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) released survey results on how people in that area feel about ending the Slow Streets program there or making it permanent.
The free event formed as a collaboration between groups including the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, the Ukrainian American Coordinating Council and music organization Sunset Piano.
The Geary-BRT plan would have eliminated the center traffic islands and ripped out all the trees along them, then run Muni buses down the new lanes created, with the long-term goal of making space for a light-rail train to eventually roll down one of the most heavily traveled commercial corridors in the City.
San Francisco’s Parks Alliance and Recreation and Park Department are both facing scrutiny from District 1 Supervisor Connie Chan about their use of donations, after subpoenaed records were made public in an NBC Bay Area news report.
The news this week is that San Francisco is one of the cities where housing prices more than tripled over the past 20 years, revealing that runaway housing costs are not a […]
Photos of Sunset District beekeepers, by Jeremy Word.
Previously, we wrote about the very first road into the Richmond, and how this umbilical connection to the rest of the city ushered in the housing development that made the Richmond, well, […]
Four of the five nests have Great Blue Herons incubating eggs. The fifth nest is a newly constructed nest, and that pair of herons are now engaged in building the nest and courtship rituals.
After reading Quentin Kopp’s column in the March 2022 edition lamenting President Biden’s campaign promise to appoint a Black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court, I needed a place to cry too. Instead, I thought I would share some information with the Sunset Beacon’s readers.
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Growing up on Second Avenue in the 1950s, I played in the streets with a gang of kids in the Inner Richmond.
Enjoy family-friendly entertainment and delicious food on Thursdays at SF Hole in the Wall Pizza, starting April 7.
So what really attracts Richmond homebuyers? Well, we can only judge from what the data tells us; and looking at the numbers for 2022 so far, there is one figure that jumps […]
“There’s an unprecedented shift in drinking culture happening right now – not as many people are drinking alcohol as much or at all” owner Josh James explained.
Absolutely gobsmacked at the lack of respect, the Golden Gate Park bison are slowly recovering after local woman Lindsey Lakestreet failed to show them off to her friend visiting from out of town.