Officers arrested three serial burglars, seized several high-capacity firearms and several stolen items taken in San Francisco burglaries.
Chalos on Taraval Street, in the Parkside neighborhood at the heart of the Sunset District, is a gem of an eatery, bringing gourmet coffee and Argentine-inspired snacks to the neighborhood.
Gallagher opened the doors to Wee Scotty’s new location in a corner building at 1900 Taraval St. in December 2019, lining the walls with Brother sewing machines, countless spools of thread and fabrics of all stripes and colors.
Taraval Street between Forest Side and 19th avenues has been designated as a new Neighborhood Commercial District (NCD) in a citywide effort to provide continuity along commercial corridors and discourage property owners from leaving storefronts empty.
Holiday Tree Lighting in McCoppin Square: Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. Bring an ornament to share on the tree.
Visit Footprint Shoes at 1701 Taraval for great deals on footwear and accessories. Trunk show on Sept. 14.
The Riptide website describes the watering hole, built in 1941, as being “on the edge of the western world.” It is located on a stretch of Taraval near the Great Highway that has become increasingly crowded with popular shops and eateries.
A new edition to the mid-Taraval food scene had its “soft opening’ on Saturday, March 16.
Wilson is part owner and manager of the Streamline Cafe and Art Salon, which is located on Taraval Street in the Outer Sunset District. He and fellow owner Dion Garcia both manage the cafe.
The mural, by artist Jeff Canham, was made
possible with financial help – $16,500 – from SF Supervisor Katy Tang’s
office and the assistance of the SF Arts Commission, People of
Parkside/Sunset (POPS) and SF Shines, a program under the city’s
Office of Economic and Workforce Development.
As the Sunset District struggles to fill vacant commercial buildings, some merchants along Taraval Street west of 25th Avenue wonder if the recent removal of about 70 parking spaces on the commercial corridor might also be the final factor that puts them out of business.
Three light-rail train stops and 36 more parking spaces may be permanently removed from
Taraval Street, between 15th and 46th avenues, if the SF Municipal Transportation
Agency’s (SFMTA) board of directors approves a final plan for the L-Taraval streetcar line
at its Dec. 5 meeting.
Yick took command of Taraval Station from Capt. Denise Flaherty, who was transferred
to an administrative position at the SF Police Academy.
“Under the SFPark pilot program, we adjusted rates block by block and by
time of day. And what we saw is that prices fluctuated pretty significantly,”