September 2006

Police Blotter/Richmond Roundup/Letters to the Editor

Residents Sue to Put Kibosh on Geary Senior Center

The Institute on Aging's proposed senior housing and health care center to be constructed on the old Coronet Theater site on Geary Boulevard hit another roadblock July 5 when a local neighborhood association filed suit in Superior Court against the project's developers and the SF Board of Supervisors.

Stewardship Program Begins at Mt. Sutro

In November 1886, San Francisco Mayor Adolph Sutro celebrated the city's first Arbor Day with the planting of thousands of Bluegum Eucalyptus trees on the slopes of what was then called Mt. Parnassus.

Coyotes Roam in Golden Gate Park, Presidio Urban Wilderness

Adding to the variety of life that can be found in the City, but causing worries for some, wild coyotes now make their home in Golden Gate Park and the Presidio.

Trivia Night Packs a Punch at Clement Street Watering Hole

It's 9 p.m. on a Tuesday night and the Bitter End Bar and Grill on Clement Street is buzzing with excitement. The night's assorted college students, eggheads and know-it-alls are pulling out their pencils in preparation for serious battle.


John M. Lee: Finding the Right Agent

Capt. Sandra Tong: Police Beat

Supervisor Jake McGoldrick: Richmond District in Motion

Melissa Capria: Our City, Our Climate

Assemblyman Leland Yee: Remember Labor Leaders