Family Struggles After
Local Merchant Murdered
On Aug. 19, at approximately 6 p.m., a customer entering the
New California Market on the corner of California Street and
19th Avenue found the cashier and store owner, Jinsun "Lilly"
Lee, slumped over the checkout counter, according to Sgt. Steve
Mannina, spokesperson for the SF Police Department's Homicide
Golden Gate Park
A bastion of sound and harmony for more than 106 years, the
Spreckels Temple of Music in Golden Gate Park, known simply
as the "bandshell" by most, is dying a slow and painful death.
City Fights to Control
Mold, Rats and Pigeons
Helen Zverina, a senior environmental health inspector with
the SF Department of Public Health, gave an update on several
important issues at the Richmond District Community/Police Forum
held Sept. 19.
De Young Museum Celebrates
The M.H. de Young Memorial Museum re-opened in Golden Gate
Park to worldwide acclaim on Oct. 15, 2005. One year and more
than 1.6 million visitors later, the Fine Arts Museum of San
Francisco will thank Bay Area residents with community-wide
festivities, including music, dancing and art programs.
Fromm Institute Moves
Into New Home at UCSF
For the past 30 years, thousands of intrepid retired people
have navigated the University of San Francisco (USF) campus,
finding their way to classrooms scattered around the campus.
Children's Book Illustrator
Captures Painful Past
For many Japanese Americans, the years of World War II, from
1942 to 1945, hold unpleasant memories.
John M. Lee: Preparing
a Home for Sale
Capt. Sandra Tong:
McGoldrick: Trio of Important Issues
Yee: Men Can Help End Violence
Camille She: PAR Keeps
an Eye on the Neighborhood
Nancy Pelosi: Democrats
Work for Families
Mayor Gavin Newsom:
Take the Fitness Challenge