As an old rerun of Three’s Company plays silently on the TV, Dart Central’s owner Don Campos smiles and points to a dart board on the wall of the sitcom bar. This little cameo is proof to Campos that the game of darts is a lasting piece of the culture. Campos is an energetic 64-year-old with black hair. Most days he wears at least one dart-themed piece of clothing. Often it’s a tan baseball hat embroidered with a dart flying out of a red circle. Continue Reading →
Here’s the story of one Ocean Avenue merchant and his feline companion, brought to you by our illustrator and ad man Neil Ballard. Have a story you’d like him to draw? Let him know at email@example.com. Continue Reading →
Every Tuesday morning after eight o’clock mass, a group of St. Emydius Church parishioners go to the rectory kitchen, put on gloves and do their part in fighting hunger.
Despite changes in location and membership, the group of senior citizens has been making sandwiches for the city’s soup kitchens since 1993. Continue Reading →
The Ingleside-Excelsior Light sat down with District 11 Supervisor John Avalos to discuss community gardens, housing projects and more.
Neil Ballard: Review 2014 for us. What were the accomplishments, and what were the setbacks?
District 11 Supervisor John Avalos: Last year was a lot of fun, there was a lot of great stuff that we got done in the district. We saw the closure of Net Stop which was a big issue in the Excelsior and a lot of the illegal gambling going on right out in the open. Continue Reading →