You might have though a game of garbage can soccer was being played by invisible giants throughout Glen Park this morning as extremely strong winds pushed newly-emptied garbage cans up and down the streets, sometimes blocking sidewalks and intersections. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that backed-up drains and gutters briefly shut down 280 at Monterey […]
GPA – October 13 Meeting at the Glen Canyon Rec Center Greg Gaar, activist, historian, collector, will present a slide lecture: Natural History of San Francisco and Glen Park, Mt. Davidson and Twin Peaks Greg has given his slide talks on San Francisco history and Glen Park before. This will be another great evening. AGENDA […]
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 […]
If you’re one of those cooks who dreams of a really good edge on your knives but despairs of ever honing them to such sharpness yourself, take heart! Saucy Joe has added Glen Park to his six-week schedule of mobile knife and scissor-sharpening. While many in the neighborhood swear by the knife sharpening service at […]
The Neighborhood Parks Council does a monthly column about local parks. This month Glen Park is in the spotlight… http://www.sfnpc.org/ilovemypark1009 I Love My Park: October 2009 Welcome to “I Love My Park”, NPC’s monthly column featuring interviews with people all over the city talking about the personal connections they feel to parks in San Francisco. […]
The Friends of Glen Canyon Park will host a Geology Walk this Saturday, Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. Retired geologist Neal Faye will explain the formation of Glen Canyon, the make up of our native rock, the Franciscan Formation of Radiolarian Chert and discuss the visual phenomena in local outcrops. Meet behind the Glen Canyon […]
Wherever you live in Glen Park, someone always seems to be tearing up the streets. Much of the spring and summer saw Chenery dug up. Now the work — to update decades-old natural gas valves with new, high-pressure ones — has gotten to Mangels Street. Glen Park News reporter Jennie Rose talked to distribution supervisor […]
Glen Park Planning Meeting Sept. 14, 2009 This meeting was coordinated between the Glen Park Association and the San Francisco Planning Dept. as an open forum for the neighborhood to hear from Planning and for Planning to hear from the neighborhood. More such meetings will be coming in the future. Sixty-five residents attended the meeting, […]
From Captain Lazar’s Daily Message Wed. Sept. 23 Glen Park robbers in custody! On September 17th the victim was walking home from BART on Monterey when a white vehicle stopped and the suspect exited the passenger seat and robbed the victim of his briefcase. We believe the suspects committed another robbery days later in the […]
By Jennie Rose Glen Park News staff A possible sexual predator is targeting middle school-aged girls in the Outer Mission area. The man, described as a Filipino male, 30-35 years old with a dark complexion with acne, has twice in the last two weeks tried to lure girls into his car, Ingleside Police Captain David […]
It smelled like BBQ for awhile this afternoon on the 600 block of Chenery. But it had just a hint of grass fire as well, and that was enough to bring four fire engines and a chief’s van racing to make sure. They blocked traffic at Chilton and Thor and a good dozen fire fighters […]
Wednesday is your chance to tell the City Planning Dept. what you think of their ideas for our neighborhood. Like density and the walkability that comes with it? Tell ’em! Don’t want the neighborhood the change much, it’s fine as is? Tell ’em! This is participatory democracy in action and your change to set the […]
From Capt. Lazar’s daily newsletter: There will be a pedestrian sting tomorrow, September 16th, led by Lt. Perea from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Lt. Perea will be focusing on Bosworth and Chilton, Bosworth and the SB280 on ramp, Joost and Brompton, Joost and Monterey and Geneva and London. Motorists will be cited for failing […]
Eds Note: The next Glen Park Planning Meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 16th from 6:30-8:30 at the Glen Park Recreation Center in the park. The date was printed incorrectly in the Fall issue of the Glen Park News. We’re really sorry! From the Fall (released Sept. 10) issue of the Glen Park News: By Elizabeth Weise […]
Look for it in the next few days on your doorstep or at your favorite local business. Here’s the team of your neighbors, all volunteer, that puts out this great community paper: Beth Weise, editor Rachel Gordon, deputy editor Liz Manglesdorf, Photo Editor Mary Mottola, Design Denis Wade, Copy Editor Nora Dowley, Advertising Reporters: Gail […]
http://sanfrancisco.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/stories/2009/09/07/story10.html Sept. 4, 2009 Article by J.K. Dineen published by the San Francisco Business Times. SAN FRANCISCO – “Five developers are in the running to build housing on the BART parking lot in Glen Park, a site across from the station that represents a rare chance for multi-family residential development in the village-like San Francisco […]
A pair of Lion Dancers from the JingMo dance troupe marched into Eggettes Sunday afternoon around 1:00, part of a big Chinese baby ceremony celebrating one very happy baby in a very red little outfit. The baby’s mom used to dance with the troupe, their director says.
A car so cool it had soccer moms screeching to a halt to gander and bikers and even so-so-cool skate boarders pulling up along side was parked on Chenery St. this afternoon. It’s the Tango, an all-electric ‘urban communter’ car that seats two – one in front and one in back. Glen Park News photographer […]
In Fall 2005, the parrots of Telegraph Hill visited Glen Park. For the last few weeks, photographer and printmaker Trish Foschi has been hearing and seeing them fly by her home near Swiss and Sussex. Finally this weekend Foschi captured them frolicking on a nearby tree.
Captain’s Message: Criminals are becoming creative in this age of technology. They are able to access a great deal of information through internet search engines if they could just get a little critical information from the victim. They will use a simple phone call to get that information by posing to be a bank manager, […]
Multiple posters to various Glen Park electronic mailing lists reported a odor of sewage wafting across the neighborhood. It turns out it’s not just us…. Odor Across San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — The KCBS newsroom received calls Friday afternoon reporting an unusual and unpleasant smell in San Francisco.Most of the callers reporting the odor were […]
Friday, August 21, 2009 Captain’s Message: Criminals are becoming creative in this age of technology. They are able to access a great deal of information through internet search engines if they could just get a little critical information from the victim. They will use a simple phone call to get that information by posing to […]
San Francisco Police Department Ingleside Station Captain´s message Wednesday, August 19, 2009 As the fall season approaches, we think of the new school year, football, Halloween and early rainfall. This is the time of year when scam artists portraying themselves as independent roofers solicit work. Commonly, the suspects target senior citizens tending to their front […]
Captain’s Message: Tuesday, 8/18/2009 Today, I would like to talk to you about a scam called a Jamaican Switch or a Pigeon Drop. The criminals play on the victim’s vision of making a large amount of money in just an hour of time. There are usually two suspects. They can be men or women. One […]
Aug. 8, 2009 Chenery at Bosworth Five San Francisco Police officers confront five suspects in a stolen Lexus. One was later charged with stealing the car in Oakland. Glen Park News photographer Michael Waldstein was there.
Captain Lazar wil be holding the Ingleside District community meeting tomorrow night. It’s an excellent opportunity to ask the captain questions and gather information. Details: Police Community Relations Meeting Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. Ingleside Station’s Community Room 1 Sergeant John Young Lane, S.F., CA 94112
By Elizabeth Weise Glen Park News staff writer Glen Park residents reported several loud booming noises Thursday night reverberating across the neighborhood. No one has yet come up with an explanation for them. One suggestion was that they might be roadway workers putting down large, flat metal covers over work holes, but no one has […]
By Elizabeth Weise Glen Park News staff writer Neighbors near Glen Canyon were awoken last night by the scream of fire engines racing to battle a one-alarm grass and brush fired burning in the western part of the park early Wednesday morning. The fire was first reported just after 1 a.m. according to the San […]
On Friday, Aug. 7th, an elderly man was knocked down by a car turning into the Diamond and Bosworth pedestrian crossing. Local photographer Sybille Beltran was there.
August 18th 7:00 pm Ingleside Station 1 Sgt. John V. Young Lane (415) 404-4000
By Paula Levine Glen Park News staff writer Michael Walsh, a Glen Park resident since 1983, passed away suddenly on July 2nd, leaving a tide of remembrances and a profound sense of loss among family, friends, colleagues and neighbors. Husband, father of four, active church member, a tenor in a local singing group called Oracle, […]
City officials will soon be holding a meeting for Glen Park residents to discuss the Glen Park Plan, which will help guide development in our area for year to come. There’s been heated debate on the topic of denser housing near BART (the City is officially for it, at least some vocal residents are opposed) […]
Recently Glen Park has become a bona fide destination for foodies from the neighborhood and beyond. Now couples and groups can be seen walking through the village in their dressy casuals, alongside the locals in their flip-flops getting their forty bucks from the ATM. Lest we become too insulated in our cozy restaurant cocoon, I […]