Ever since I moved to San Francisco two years ago I was attracted to The Sunset more so than any other neighborhood (well, maybe apart from the Haight). Its proximity to the ocean and how it is so non-hectic compared to the rest of the city was perfect but I was never able to find […]Read more "From Visitor to Resident"
The expected El Nino winter would mean heavy erosion for the already worn down southern Sloat Boulevard entrance of Ocean Beach. Most people who visit Ocean Beach through Sloat know that a second entrance a few hundred feet from the main entrance is available. There was a while last year when it was closed during the […]Read more "Erosion and El Nino"
Sunset residents have mixed feelings about the ABHP (Affordable Bonus Housing Plan) proposed to raise building limits in hopes of improving the city’s housing crisis. ABHP is sponsored by Mayor Ed Lee and co-sponsored by District 4 supervisor Katy Tang. In a nutshell, ABHP would allow for the increase of height limits to increase the […]Read more "ABHP(Affordable Bonus Housing Program), good idea or not?"
The Sunset neighborhood is one of the few places in SF where there aren’t sky high buildings. Tomorrow at the Ortega Branch library, a meeting will be held to discuss a new legislation that proposes setting height limits from four to seven feet in some areas of the Sunset district. The main argument is that […]Read more "Meeting for increased height proposal in the Sunset tomorrow"
Irving St, which is the Sunset’s busiest street is known as the place in SF to get boba drinks. Noriega and Taraval also have two spots where you can get that fix. Click on the link to pick and choose where you’ll be getting your milk tea today (or tonight as most places close pretty […]Read more "Bubble Tea Cravings in the Sunset"
Off of Judah across from the Pacific ocean there is a blue painted house. A Saint Francis mural on the side, seashells on the garage door and mosaic steps as well as several knicks and knacks, wood carven paintings and leafy plants. In this house lives Carol Schuldt who was born June 26, 1933. She sits […]Read more "Carol Schuldt"
Bulldozers dig in the ground a telltale sign of a new big building in the works. Not a surprise in San Francisco except this is not in The Mission or in the Financial District, and there are no outcries against gentrification and unneeded luxury housing. At 2800 Sloat Blvd. in the Outer Sunset, right across […]Read more "The New Face of 2800 Sloat"