Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
Spotlight/Letters to the Editor
Sunset, Stern Grove Parks
While the ongoing problem of homeless encampments in Golden Gate Park
has been grabbing the headlines lately, there are a host of other crimes
that regularly plague the city's parks and playgrounds that don't make
a splash in the media.
Mayor Appoints New District 4
Carmen Chu Tapped as Interim Supervisor to Replace Ed
In September, SF Mayor Gavin Newsom removed District 4 Supervisor Ed
Jew from his post because of charges filed against him by City Attorney
Dennis Herrera, District Attorney Kamala Harris and the Federal Bureau
of Investigations (FBI). Jew is charged with living outside of the district
and for allegedly accepting bribes to help a chain store get proper
Goats Back to Chomping Grass
at Laguna Honda
The goats returned to Laguna Honda in September.
New Police Captain Takes Command
The Taraval Police Station has a newly-appointed police captain, and
he has a familiar face.
Club Hammers Out Ballot Measures
Municipal election candidates and ballot measures are spinning around
and around in the conversations of many people these days - Election
Day, Nov. 6, must be near.
Sunset Resident to Show Short
Film at Mill Valley Film Fest
When the French-American Vanessa Woods enrolled at the San Francisco
Arts Institute, she had no idea that she would be obtaining a masters
of fine art degree in film at the end of her study. Woods registered
at the Arts Institute to study photography after graduating cum laude
in art history and visual art at Barnard College in New York.
John M. Lee: The Evolution
Newsom: SF Takes On Climate Change