Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
Francisco, see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
to the Editor
'Kitten on the Keys' Tours World
Suzanne Ramsey is an accomplished San Francisco cabaret singer and
musician with a growing international reputation. Known as "Kitten on
the Keys," Ramsey's instruments include ukulele and accordion, but her
preferred instrument is a piano, which she has been playing since childhood.
Her stage name is taken from a 1922 ragtime ditty by Zez Confrey, and
Ramsey describes her mind's whirling activity as feeling "like I have
a dozen little furry-footed friends clawing away at my grey matter."
Sunset Plgd. to be Rebuilt
The SF Recreation and Park Commission has approved plans to rebuild
the West Sunset Playground.
Streetcar Turnaround Cited as Danger for Pedestrians
The Muni N-Judah streetcar line ends at 48th Avenue and La Playa, at
Ocean Beach. This is where the light rail transit car stops for a change
of conductor-operator before slowly making its way eastbound on Judah
Street towards downtown. As an end of the line spot, the atmosphere
seems leisurely, but residents say there are concerns about pedestrian
and bicycle safety.
Carmen Chu: City Hall
Denise Schmitt: Police Beat
M. Lee: Real Estate