Sunset Beacon
February 2010

Note: For additional stories about the west side of San Francisco, see the new issue of the Richmond Review.

Sunset Spotlight/Police Blotter

Church Looks for New Members, Ways to Continue Public Service

Despite a drop in parishioners and rumors of its imminent demise, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church's Pastor Paul Mullins reassured the church is "in excellent shape."

'It's a Dog's Life' for Purveyors of Sunset Dog-Walking Services

At 9 a.m., Megan Brezovar, 33, briskly walks into Peet's Coffee at the Potrero Center wearing what could be described as a dog walker's uniform: cargo pants, knit cap, athletic shoes, long sleeve knit shirt over a T-shirt, accessorized by a nylon treat bag, and a large set of keys hanging from her belt.

Supervisors Address Concerns at Sunset Town Hall Meeting

San Francisco supervisors Ross Mirkarimi and Sean Elsbernd were in the spotlight at a Town Hall Meeting at the County Fair Building on Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way on Jan. 28. They reassured those gathered that they are united for issues concerning the Inner-Sunset.


Supervisor Carmen Chu: Helping Local Businesses

Capt. Denise Schmitt: Police Beat