The annual Pacific Orchid Exposition was held at the Hall of Flowers, located in Golden Gate Park, from Feb. 23 through Feb. 25.
Friends and family were saddened by the death of Sunset District native
Howard Meehan, who died on Valentine’s Day at 57 years of age.
Editor: Last month, I mentioned Senate Bill-827 (Wiener/Ting/Skinner – “transit-rich housing”) which sets minimum building heights statewide for all parcels at 45 feet, which increases to 85 feet-plus if within a quarter mile or […]
A summary of recent police activity in the Sunset District.
I am pleased to announce that additional personnel will be added to the Taraval Neighborhood Team (TNT)…
Wolf ’s memoir begins with the story of how his Dutch Jewish family escaped the descending darkness of the Holocaust of World War II in Europe and arrived at their final sanctuary at the Caribbean island of Curacao.
Nothing brings a community together more than a neighborhood party where everyone is invited. And, none so much as the eclectic and sometimes eccentric gatherings hosted
by Inner Sunset residents Barbara and Paul.
A plan to rebuild the tennis courts and clubhouse in Golden Gate Park got approved by the SF Recreation and Park Commission on Feb. 15.
Grey Water Will Irrigate Golden Gate Park, Golf Courses By Thomas K. Pendergast To decrease San Francisco’s dependency on the Hetch Hetchy water system, which delivers water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the SF Public Utilities […]
Collectively, there are about 947 commercial spaces with a significant presence or signage on the ground floor of all of these Sunset shopping districts or commercial corridors, of
which 80 appear to be empty.
Alvord Lake in Golden Gate Park, circa 1900.
On the evening of Jan. 31, in the auditorium of the school at Zion Lutheran Church, more than 70 people gathered at a meeting led by District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer to hear about Muni’s new plan, which will now drop the traffic diversion component entirely.
Letter to the editor of the Richmond Review.
Things to do on San Francisco’s west side.
If you are preparing a home for sale, have you ever wondered why some homes sell at
higher prices than others? The answer lies in pricing and emotional appeal.