Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
UCSF Workers Authorize Two-day
Strike Over Pay
University of California officials are seeking a request for a temporary
restraining order against its workers, who are set to go on strike for
two days on June 4 and 5.
Project Near Zoo Put on
A plan to build a three 5-story buildings near the SF Zoo was postponed
indefinitely by the SF Planning Commission May 22 because of neighborhood
Ulloa Elementary Honored as
Ulloa Elementary School is situated in the Sunset District where the
weather is sometimes foggy and the sun shows sparingly. However, the
atmosphere at Ulloa Elementary School is bright and invigorating.
Lowell Cardinals Win
City Baseball Title
They truly were the boys of summer. The weather was hot, the sky was
blue and AT&T; Park was buzzing with excitement. Yet it was not your
San Francisco Giants that brought the crowd together on one of the nicest
days of the year. The fans came to see the George Washington Eagles
and the Lowell Cardinals play for the San Francisco high school baseball
New Mosaic Installed on Dome
of Holy Trinity Church
The parishioners at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church had much to
celebrate during Easter because the long-awaited mosaic of Christ was
finally finished on the dome of their church.
Stand-up Stylist Takes the
With a T-shirt that says "Unleash your inner rock star," Paul Lee,
owner of Paul's Celtic Cutters Hair Salon on Ninth Avenue has a profound
view of the world.
Japanese Tea Garden a Reflection
of Founder's Vision, City History
The Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park, known for its enchanting
April cherry blossoms and tranquil Zen atmosphere, first opened in 1894
during the California Midwinter International Exposition. It was part
of the Japanese Village, making it the oldest Japanese-style garden
Capt. Paul Chignell: Police
Chu: Sunset Boulevard Maintenance
John M. Lee: Why People Decide