Another week dedicated to Irving Street. Check out these photos to get to know the many faces and shops that make the neighborhood so lively!
Glass, 70, a native San Franciscan, got his first camera, a Leica, from his father, who brought it from Germany. His parents were Holocaust survivors and met after the war in Germany, at what was referred to as a “displaced persons camp” near the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
By Gui Oliveira September kicks off the Richmond District’s Autumn Moon Festival. Needless to say, this year the event won’t be like in previous years but neighbors can still participate virtually here. […]
The history of Louis’ Restaurant brings a rich visual story of not just the location but also the people, friends, family, employees and even Adolph Sutro’s nephew who negotiated a deal with Louie and his wife Helen in opening up a cafe on the Point Lobos Avenue cliffside in 1936.
A “Black Lives Matter” solidarity march started near the San Francisco Zoo, at Sloat Boulevard and the Great Highway. Thousands of marchers walked north to the Great Highway between Irving and Judah streets.
Erin Bank puts a spotlight on Sunset photographers Kevin Kelleher and Emily Trinh and their project “A Break In the Clouds”.
Photos by Richmond District resident David Lockmiller. May, 2020.
Column by Gui Oliveira As more and more San Franciscans abide by the shelter-in-place order decreed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, residents must adapt to these changes, not to mention, widespread economic hardships. […]
Stern Grove photos by Gui Oliveira. August 4, 2019.