Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
Francisco, see the November 2006 issue of the Richmond Review
Ed Jew Wins Election as Sunset
Sunset District native Ed Jew has been declared the unofficial winner
of the District 4 supervisorial election, utilizing the newly-implemented
ranked choice, or "instant run-off," voting system to go over the top.
It is the first time in Sunset District history that the District 4
election will not be decided by a December run-off election.
Plan to Restore Sunset Rec. Center
The Sunset Playground and Recreation Center is a busy three-acre spot.
Established at 28th Avenue and Lawton Street in 1940, it continues to
serve as an "all-in-one" facility for families and schools in the community.
But supporters say the site's 60-plus years are showing - outdated equipment
and a leaky roof. Now, there is some action to improve conditions at
the neighborhood facility.
VegNews Fuels Movement to
Eat Less Meat
At San Francisco's southwest corner, the SF Zoo, Carousel Diner and
Sloat Garden Center create a slow pulse in this subtly commercial neighborhood
by the beach. But hidden among these quiet establishments and breathing
the same salty air is a most unlikely presence: the inconspicuous headquarters
of a major international magazine called VegNews.
Lawton Alternative School
to Celebrate 70th Anniversary
Lawton Alternative School is set to celebrate its 70th anniversary,
and it plans to celebrate in style.
Christensen: Merchants Kick Off Holidays
M. Lee: Real Estate Year in Review
Louise Mariani LaMuth: Growing
Up in the Avenues
Villa d'Este - a Family Affair