Sunset Beacon
June 2013

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

Sunset Spotlight/Police Blotter

Merchants Express Concerns Over Plan to Rebuild 19th Ave. Gas Station
A plan to tear down the Shell gas station at the corner of Lincoln Way and 19th Avenue and rebuild it larger, while also adding a car wash, is going before the SF Planning Commission on June 20 for consideration.

Lowell Wins Baseball Championship
All season long, San Francisco high school baseball teams wait and battle for a chance to play for the city championship at AT&T Park, home of the SF Giants. At this year's championship game, the wait was a little longer because the Giants' game that preceded it went extra innings. But, for the Lowell Cardinal it was worth it.

Chinese-American Woman First to Vote, Work for Feds
About 40 San Francisco residents stepped back in time on May 21 with the help of the San Francisco Public Library and the Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company. Crowded into the Sunset Branch Library's small downstairs Children's Room, audience members watched, entranced, as local actress Lily Tung Crystal acted out the story of Tye Leung Schulze, the first Chinese-American woman to vote in the United States and the first to work for the federal government.


John M. Lee: Real Estate Market Update

Paul Kozakiewicz: Commentary