Photo: Philip Liborio Gangi
Carrozzi's Curse: Craig Carrozzi gave a reading
from his new book, "The Curse of Chief Tenaya," Dec. 3 at
Zazen, an organic coffee shop on Clement Street. See story below.
moves forward at Cabrillo, 7th Avenue
After four years of attending neighborhood meetings, planning
and making revisions, Safeway has won approval from the SF Planning
Commission to demolish its store at 735 Seventh Ave. to build a new
Report says Proposal
to Cut Back Central Fwy. Faces Obstacles
A report released in December by the San Francisco Transportation Authority
(SFTA) concluded that moving the Central Freeway back to Bryant Street
would trigger major traffic challenges, delay the project by as much
as six years, double its cost, and trigger legal and regulatory issues.
Public Health Hospital Plan
More than 100 Richmond neighbors braved wet weather in December to testify
against competing plans to renovate the Public Health Service Hospital
in the Presidio, citing the size of project, traffic gridlock and safety
as top concerns.
Restoration Efforts Underway
to Save California Quail
Renewed restoration efforts are underway across
the City to protect and perpetuate the endangered California Quail (Callipepla
Californica), the official San Francisco and state bird.
New JCC Gets Set to Debut New
Carrozzi Contemplates Conservation,
After a two year wait, a modern and enlarged Jewish Community
Center (JCC) will open this month. The new facility, located at
3200 California Street, replaces one that served the organization since
I have devoted my life to writing until the day I die, states
Craig Carrozzi, a Richmond District resident and author of five novels,
over a glass of whiskey at Eldos Microbrew and Grill in the Inner Sunset.
Restricted at East End of Golden Gate Park
Tight budgets and new priorities are turning many free parking spots
in Golden Gate Park into a thing of the past. Beginning the second week
in January, commuters that have parked for free along some of the park's
major roadways will face stiff fines if they ignore new three- and four-hour
Tong: Police Beat
Randa Gahin: Your Ticket
to Saving $100s a Year
Paul Kozakiewicz: 2003
Was a Busy Year
John M. Lee:
Richmond Real Estate Year in Review
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
Hopes for the New Year!
Leland Yee: January is
'Mental Wellness' Month