lawsuits hit local merchants hard
When Craig Yates first appeared at the door, he probably
seemed harmless enough to many Richmond District merchants.
After all, as federal court records clearly show, he arrived
in a wheelchair and usually couldn't get in the door without
for new Petcostore on Geary draws public ire
Local pet stores are taking the offensive
to stop a proposed Petco pet supply store on Geary Boulevard.
urged to help fix Ocean Beach erosion problem
A century from now, the fate of Ocean Beach might
be traced back to a recent public meeting held at the San Francisco
closes radio station
of San Francisco abruptly shut down its popular radio station
Jan 18 so it could sell the frequency to another station.
Serving hospitality, good food for 25 years
At 1 p.m. on a recent Saturday, every table at Fredy's Ocean
Beach Deli is taken. Eight people stand in line, and several
more hover around the door. Behind the counter, Fredy Tannous
fields orders for his famous sandwiches - just like he has for
the past 25 years.
musician pays dues to fulfill life-long dream
Local jazz/cabaret singer Linda Kosut, a New York
City transplant, came to the West Coast more than 20 years ago
to call the Richmond District home.
Year rings in the rabbit
In February, the rabbit (or hare) replaces the tiger and signals
the beginning of the Chinese New Year for many local residents.
All month, culminating with a parade on Feb. 19, San Francisco
will put on the largest celebration outside of Asia.
Richard Corriea: Police Beat
Eric Mar: Gung Hay Fat Choy
Fiona Ma: February is Black History Month
M. Lee: Real Estate Update
Leland Yee: Budget cuts not the answer