The flier advertising the Inner Sunset Free Fix-It Fair said it all: “We’ll try to fix anything – except electronics and relationships – for FREE. Bring your wobbly, loose, broken, frayed, splintered, torn, ripped, cracked severed item. If we can’t fix it, we’ll give you twice your money back.”
Inner Sunset community meeting June 30, 7-8 p.m.
In October of 2015, Asima Arif ended an engineering project in Wyoming. Just two months later, she opened Earthfire Arts Studio on the corner of 10th Avenue and Judah Street in the Inner Sunset.
This photo of the corner of Fifth and Parnassus avenues was taken by United Railroads (predecessor of Market Street Railway and Muni) staff photographer John Henry Mentz on Oct. 30, 1919.
It would take a keen eye to recognize this building on Ninth Avenue between Irving and Judah streets.
On Sunday Oct. 4, San Francisco lost one of its most loved and valued community leaders, Inner Sunset resident Randy Schiller.
Nothing about 2020 has been typical, but brothers Saadi and Adar Halil, the co-owners and founders of Hometown Creamery, have stayed optimistic. They have also managed to stay open during the most challenging circumstances for small businesses in memory.
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.
Instead of renting an expensive gallery space, hoping and praying that art lovers, collectors and passersby would seek out a show, artists Sarah Hotchkiss and Zoë Talepolos decided to pool their money and rent a small billboard for a year to showcase four local artists of their choosing.
Yo Tambien Cantina on Hugo Street and Fourth Avenue in the Inner Sunset District offers community; a place to sit, unwind and relax into conversation with loved ones or total strangers.
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.
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.
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.
Today, San Francisco faces big challenges and I’m proud to serve our community as District 5’s supervisor – fighting for affordable housing, solutions to the homeless crisis and keeping our vibrant neighborhoods moving, clean and green.
Dear Editor: Residents of the Inner Sunset must be left scratching their heads. SF Department of Public Works (DPW) and SF Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) have teamed up to dispense $21 million […]