Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
Francisco, see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
Busts Continue in Sunset
The Sunset District continues to grow its reputation as one of the
premiere locations for growing marijuana.
Buffs Re-enact Infamous Duel Near Lake
About 250 people gathered near Lake Merced on Sept. 13, just inside
the Daly City line, to watch the re-enactment of a famous duel. No doubt
some were already familiar with the events that led to a California
state Supreme Court Justice shooting and killing a U.S. Senator on that
day and at that place, exactly 150 years ago.
Youth Services' New CD is 'Hard to Ignore'
The CD release party for the hip-hop compilation, "Hard to Ignore,"
held at the Bottom of the Hill on Sept. 20, had a deeper meaning for
most of the more than 100 in attendance.
Writer Learns Importance of Life in 'Lessons for the Living'
Stan Goldberg is a dynamic, multi-faceted man whose life would be of
interest to most. He is a professor emeritus of communicative disorders
at SF State University and has a Ph.D in speech pathology, master's
degree in political theory and a bachelor's degree in philosophy.
Paul Chignell: Police Beat
Carmen Chu: Earthquake Preparedness
M. Lee: New Rules for Appraisals
Warfield: Library Changes Not for Better