Sunset Beacon
November 2012

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

Police Blotter/Sunset Spotlight

Sunset Recreation Center Set to Open in Nov.
For a park that has offered recreational services since '40, the Sunset Recreation Center, located at 28th Avenue and Lawton Street, will finally re-open to the public on Nov. 16, at 1 p.m.

Assembly Candidates Battle at Local Debate
Supporting public education was a hot topic when two candidates hoping to represent San Francisco at the California Assembly, Phil Ting and Michael Breyer, met at a recent debate in the Richmond Recreation Center.

Le Video Serves-up 90,000 Titles and Still Growing
It is mid-afternoon and there is a woman leisurely perusing the extensive Korean film section at Le Video, located on Ninth Avenue in the Inner Sunset District. She is a regular at one of the few surviving independent brick-and-mortar video stores in the country and she has been methodically working her way through the collection.


Capt. Curtis Lum: Police Beat

Supervisor Carmen Chu: City Hall