Several of these thefts occurred near Glen Park BART OAKLAND, CA – BART is seeking help from cell phone owners who fell victim to a specific theft pattern. On July 18, 2012, two juveniles suspected of “grab and go” thefts from unsuspecting customers on BART trains were arrested by San Francisco Police officers (SFPD) and […]
Archives for July 2012
Please join us at the Sunnyside Conservatory on Wednesday, August 1st, for a concert by the Temescal String Quartet. We will hear Mozart’s Quartet “The Dissonant” and Brahms’ Quartet in A Minor The doors open at 6:30 PM, and the concert begins at 7:00 PM. Light refreshments will be provided at intermission. The requested […]
Remember that you can register your bicycles at: http://www.inglesidepolicestation.com/bike-registration The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station newsletter Friday July 6 2:47pm 2800 blk Diamond Robbery Officer Hornstein answered a call regarding a theft. As he arrived, other Ingleside units had also reported the scene. The victim said that she […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. And other news from the Glen Park Association Sometimes it takes an incident, or string of them, to propel a person to action, or in-depth research. Such was the case recently […]
By Murray Schneider The 36-Teresita crawled along Myra Way, sandwiched between cars parked on both sides of the street in front of Miraloma School. The bus squeezed up Myra, eventually idling by the entrance to Mt. Davidson’s one-mile trail loop at Lansdale Avenue and Dalewood Way. Next to the stopped bus, naturalist Jake Sigg, 85, […]
One day a couple of decades ago, the owner of a small deli in the Inner Sunset neighborhood decided on a whim to take the Monterey Boulevard exit off Interstate 280, and discovered a neighborhood he had never been in before. A vacant storefront caught his eye, and he decided on the spot to open […]
Jeremy Anderson did an excellent presentation on how to find out information about your old house in San Francisco at last night’s Glen Park Association meeting. His PowerPoint is posted in the files section of the Glen Park Bulletin Board site. It’s called GlenPark.zip at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GlenParkBulletinBoard/files/ You might have to sign up for the group […]
Lyman the cat went missing on Monday evening, July 16th around 7pm If you’ve seen him, please contact us ASAP 415 517 0967
Story and photos by Murray Schneider On June 26, an Asplundh Tree Company truck maneuvered past the Glen Canyon Park Recreation Center, pulled adjacent to a eucalyptus tree that hosts owls each winter and stopped before a young woman taking notes. A mother, escorting her daughter to Silver Tree summer camp, gestured toward the familiar […]
Cafe Bello barista Madison Kaviyakoen has uploaded dramatic video from the cafe’s video surveillance system showing her altercation with a thief and assailant last week. You can read the full story about the event here. Here’s the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4S5CuuolAk
Glen Park Association Quarterly Meeting July 19, 2012 Glen Park Recreation Center – 700 pm AGENDA 700 PM Call to Order Committee / Treasurer Reports 715 PM Glen Park Recreation Center Improvement Plan – update by Recreation and Park Department Proposed Glen Park Association resolution to endorse the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond for the November […]
Clearly there’s a disagreement between some folks on Charles St. This note was on the ground just off of Chenery. According to a comment below, it’s not from the pink garage door near the corner, so I’ve removed that photo.
The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside station newsletter Monday June 25 2:00pm 300 Blk Addison Vandalism Officer Preston responded to a call of damaged property at a church. Officer Preston met with the victim who showed him where the fence was damaged. The officer conducted an investigation that yielded no results as to determine […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. Shortly before 3 p.m. on Friday, July 6, while Cafe Bello customers quietly sipped coffee, a man in his twenties walked up to the counter and stole approximately $20 from the cafe’s […]
GPN summer2012H Click link above to see a PDF of the summer 2012 edition.
This one was a few weeks ago, but I’m just getting the photos now. It was on Paradise.
A large (20 foot?) branch broke off of one of the trees along St. John School’s playground, careful as you go by.
By Murray Schneider Jean Conner’s art once adorned the walls of Higher Grounds, Bird and Beckett Books and Records and the Glen Park branch library. Now until Labor Day three of her collages will grace a wall on the second floor at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Each collage has been purchased by SFMOMA […]
From the San Francisco Parks Alliance newsletter: Dear Park Lover, Last week the Board of Supervisors adopted a budget for the City that included about $120 million in operating funding for the Recreation and Parks Department. This includes roughly $30 million in funding from the City’s General Fund – less than 2% of that […]
Story by Bonnee Waldstein, photos by Michael Waldstein Glen Park and Diamond Heights residents recently had an opportunity to gain valuable information, get answers, and express varied opinions on many issues affecting Glen Canyon Park: its flora, fauna, and the rights and responsibilities of local Homo sapiens in achieving and maintaining its natural wonders. On […]
Regarding the recent crime in the Glen Park community–we had one night last week where there were two separate robberies where women were the victims–their purses were taken and some injuries occurred. One incident caused serious injury (as widely reported). That case in under investigation by the Department’s Criminal Investigation Unit from the Hall of Justice. […]