Vandals Strike Sunset
Facilities with Fire, Graffiti
the last six weeks, the Sunset District has been consistently and
increasingly hit with vandalism.
Sunset Library to
Close for Major Renovation
doors to the Sunset Branch Library on 18th Avenue and Irving Street
will close later this month for at least a year. During this time,
a private contractor will replace the present lighting system, strengthen
the roof, modify the sewage and drain systems, rebuild various features
to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and generally
reconfigure the interior for optimum usage of floor space and better
Mayor Gets an Earful
about Problems in the Sunset, Parkside Districts
Mayor Gavin Newsom, District 4 Supervisor Fiona Ma, Chief
of Police Heather Fong, Fire Department Chief Joanne Hayes-White and
several city department chiefs attended a Town Hall Meeting for residents
of the Sunset District.
to Decide Fate of Garage Entrance in Golden Gate Park
A proposed solution to the debate over entrance and exit lanes for
a new underground parking garage at the Music Concourse in Golden
Gate Park will be decided by voters this November.
Beach Problems Persist
Residents of the Sunset District near Ocean Beach have been dealing
with a long-standing set of concerns regarding quality-of-life issues.
Michael de Young Traveled
World to Stock Museum
To San Franciscans, Michael de Young's name denotes a powerful
journalist, promoter and avid collector.
People's Perception of 'Artist'
Artist Peggy Spillane's exhibit "Face to Face,"
which was a year in the making, was recently displayed to the public
at Creativity Explored, the first one-artist show in the history of
Artists Create Awareness
of Ocean Beach Pollution
Milk containers, toothbrushes, flip-flops, plastic cutlery,
bottlecaps, shotgun wadding, prescription bottles: These are the flotsam
and jetsam of people's lives, dancing their way along a 70-foot-long
cord strung down a bright, windowed corridor.
M. Lee: Trying to Stay Out of Court
Fiona Ma: Excercise Your Right to Vote
Assemblyman Leland Yee: Chinese
Wike: Back to School Tips