Sunset Beacon
November 2010

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

Sunset Spotlight/Police Blotter/Letter to the Editor

Experts Call for Long-term Fix for Beach Erosion

Now that a southbound lane of the Great Highway has reopened near the SF Zoo, officials at the California Coastal Commission (CCC) are considering a plan to shore up the bluff under it before the next big storm surge hits and undermines the important highway once again.

Parkside Library to Re-open in November

The Parkside Branch Library will re-open its doors on Nov. 6 after a major renovation.

SHARP Hosts Election Presentation

Laura Tam, a representative from San Francisco Planning and Urban Research (SPUR), and SF Supervisor Sean Elsbernd briefed members of the Sunset Heights Association of Responsible People (SHARP) about issues on the November ballot.

Sunset Resident Discovers Watercolors in Second Career

On a recent Saturday, artist Susan Grote welcomed visitors to her 43rd Avenue home. Standing in her warmly-lit kitchen, dressed in black and wearing thick-framed glasses, she spoke with people who had braved the rainy weather to attend her San Francisco Open Studios exhibit. Watercolors covered the walls, spilling over onto bookshelves and freestanding screens - the result of 10 years of painting.


Supervisor Carmen Chu: City Hall

John M. Lee: Real Estate

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma: Sacramento