If elected to office, Adlah Chisti would focus on child and senior care, housing, small businesses and public safety.
El Rey Tower Reveal
In this week’s newsletter, an El Rey theater update, and then:
- Accreditors to tour City College
- Ingleside author Q&A
- Events Around the Neighborhood
- Kristoff's Picks
Anne Marie Kristoff
Despite the new paint and lettering, the restoration of the Art Deco movie palace's tower is not yet complete.
By The Ingleside Light Staff
In Case You Missed It
- Input Wanted for New M Ocean View Streetcar Project Proposal
- Q&A: District 11 Democratic Club Leader on New Member Outreach
- See Drawings of City College of San Francisco's New Gateway Building
Around the Neighborhood
- Sisterhood Gardens Volunteer Work Day Sign Up
WHAT: Sisterhood Gardens is holding another volunteer build day. Volunteers ought to bring a water bottle and a friend, according to the organizers.
WHERE: The corner of Arch Street and Brotherhood Way
WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
RSVP: Reservation link
- Pre-Jewish New Year Family Funday
WHAT: Sponsored by Chabad of the Neighborhood and Lakeside Village, this event includes themed activities, crafts and tastings all with the Rosh Hashanah flavor and spirit.
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 10, 2023, from 2 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Lakeside Landing, Ocean Avenue and Junipero Serra Boulevard
- Mission Terrace Neighborfest on Slowyuga
WHAT: All are welcome to Mission Terrace Neighborfest, a community-organized block party to connect with neighbors.
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 10, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Cayuga Avenue between San Juan & Santa Ynez
Disclaimer: Always double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change and errors do occur.
- NBC Bay Area: Historic San Francisco LGBTQ bar announces reopening plans
- ABC7: Billboard to help San Francisco tourism seen in New York City's Times Square. Here's a look
- CBS Bay Area: San Francisco city leaders look to bring back emergency sirens by end of 2024
- SF Gate: 49ers legend Joe Montana sues SF alleging 'toxic fecal' matter in home
- San Francisco Examiner: SFUSD faces looming fiscal cliff as school year opens
- KRON4: SF supes vote unanimously for first municipal bank in nation
- San Francisco Chronicle: New ruling denies S.F.’s request to ease encampment sweep order
- Mission Local: Blind, visually-impaired workers at LightHouse kick off union
- San Francisco Standard: Japanese Bowling Center Coming to San Francisco's Stonestown