The first online edition of the Glen Park News appeared in August 2009. The staff of the website is marking the occasion with a special trip down the memory lane of our archives. We’ve chosen some stories to have an encore here. We’ll be posting them for the next few months. Look for the cheery […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years.
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White announced Saturday that Firefighter Tony Valerio died at San Francisco General Hospital at approximately 7:30am. The announcement came at a 10:30 am at a press […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. Kids of all ages were caught red-handed at Sunnyside Conservatory on Saturday, making valentines from recycled materials. This was the second time this party was held since the official opening of […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. Captain’s Message from Ingleside Station: I’ve been writing in the newsletter and speaking at community meetings about car break-ins for many weeks. We know the criminals are breaking into several parked […]
Was there something in the water on Diamond St. yesterday? GP incidents from the San Francisco Police Dept. Ingleside newsletter. 08:15 am 1600 blk Diamond Battery Officer Giannini responded with several other officers to a battery call. The officers located the victim who told them that he was the foreman of a new home construction […]
Most people who walked by the literature tables set up by Lyndon LaRouche followers on the corners of Diamond and Chenery Tuesday around noon ignored the calls to impeach the President. Others engaged them in somewhat heated debate. There appeared to be few who agreed with their message. To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website […]
There’s been much uproar among some in Glen Park over the fact that BART is clearly mulling over the possibility of building something (most likely housing) on its parking lot on Bosworth. (Though note that anonymous posting about a large apartment complex planned for the lot were incorrect – that was a student project by […]
Hundreds of people thronged the newly reopened Sunnyside Conservatory at 236 Montery Blvd. Bagpipes wailed and a host of neighborhood, city and state luminaries gave speeches, but the highlight of the day was the gorgeous new Conservatory, better than ever after a ten-year effort to rebuild the 111-year-old structure.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/10/04/BAGK19VTST.DTL The San Francisco Chronicle’s Urban Design writer, John King, thinks very highly of the Glen Park BART: “With a name like Brutalism, it’s no wonder this blunt strain of modernism never caught on with the public. Yet the movement produced such evocative works as this BART station, where the shadowy charge comes from the […]