If elected to office, Adlah Chisti would focus on child and senior care, housing, small businesses and public safety.
New Nail Spa Opens
In this week’s newsletter, a new small business opens, and then:
- BART service announcement
- Medical center survey
- Fourplex legislation
- Events Around the Neighborhood
- Kristoff's Picks
Anne Marie Kristoff
Balboa Park BART Station: Tree Removal To Reduce Service
San Francisco Moves To Make Fourplex Development on the Westside Easier
North East Medical Services Seeks Community Information
White Daisy Nail Spa Opens in Ingleside
In Case You Missed It
- Q&A: Checking in With Ingleside Librarian Catherine Starr
- New Balboa Park BART Station Plaza Set To Open in Weeks
- 13K Former City College of San Francisco Students Get Overdue Fees Paid
- Muni Announces Service Changes Ahead of School Year
Around the Neighborhood
- OMI-Neighbors in Action Monthly Meeting
WHAT: Guest speakers invited are Woody LaBounty, president and CEO of San Francisco Heritage; Samuel L. Berenson, community engagement liaison for District 11; Jessica Ho, government and community affairs director, North East Medical Services; and representatives from the police and transportation departments.
WHEN: Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Tippett Great Hall at Temple United Methodist Church, 65 Beverly St.
- Tony Johnson's 230 Jones Street Band
WHAT: Veteran drummer Tony Johnson and his merry crew — Bob Kenmotsu on tenor saxophone, Keith Saunders on piano and Matt Montgomery on upright bass — will play two sets of jazz, bebop, swing and bossa nova.
WHEN: Friday, Aug. 25, 2023, from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Bird & Beckett, 653 Chenery St.
- Mini Park Cleanup and Yoga
WHAT: It’s time to give the Head Brotherhood Mini Park and Randolph Bright Mini Park some TLC. The friends will have cleaning supplies and refreshments and Free yoga afterward.
WHERE: Meet at Head Brotherhood Mini Park
WHEN: Saturday, Aug. 26, 2023, starting at 9 a.m.
Disclaimer: Always double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are published and errors do occur.
- ABC7: Changes coming to San Francisco intersection where 4-year-old girl was hit, killed
- SF Gate: SF Glen Park residents lose water service after main break
- Mission Local: SF land-use process remains strange, terrible and toxic
- San Francisco Standard: San Francisco Officials in Court Today for Homeless Sweeps Fight
- Mission Local: Mission harm reduction van offers clean needles, warm meals, massages
- San Francisco Standard: Developers Behind 50-Story Tower in Sunset Sue San Francisco
- San Francisco Chronicle: S.F. deputy worked staggering hours to earn $2.2 million in overtime
- San Francisco Examiner: What Cruise Outside Lands glitches mean for future SF events
- NBC Bay Area: IKEA opens 52,000-square-foot store in San Francisco