Outer Sunset

06 Aug 2021

Shining Light on the Outer Sunset People Helping Us Get Through the Pandemic

I’m not sure if you’ve seen it yet, but I’ve teamed up with the folks at Here/Say Media to make something really special. It’s a new series called When the Light Come Up in the City and it’s a celebration of the people, places, and businesses that have helped us

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
19 Nov 2019

Outer Sunset NIMBYs Mutilate Star Wars Metaphor to Stop a Building

A proposed 20-unit project in the Outer Sunset across 45th Avenue from Outerlands has gotten a local Green Party activist up in arms. The future 3945 Judah St., which would take up a vacant lot that was formerly a gas station, would basically be a model of transit-adjacent urban infill

Peter-Astrid Kane 0
08 Nov 2021

How to Get $300+ Worth of Free Stuff at Rad Bay Area Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 37 delectable Bay Area eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, AND support local journalism. And all you gotta do is join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon for $10

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
07 Jul 2017

The Outer Sunset Has No Idea How Cool It Is

Ocean Beach wants to make sweet love to your nervous system. The unwinding begins slowly as you make your way toward the Outer Sunset and it’s steady and wild companion, the ocean. You move down smooth, straight streets that get quieter by the block. Aren’t you always saying you want

Heather Robinson - Artisanal Trouble Maker 0
12 May 2016

Why is Great Highway Closed?

Why is the Great Highway closed from Lincoln Way to Sloat Blvd? The Great Highway has been closed since February and was scheduled to be through mid-March.   “Southbound traffic on Great Highway will be detoured on weekdays through mid-March while work crews shift excess sand from the northern end

illyannam 0
18 Mar 2016

Growing Up, & Out of San Francisco

To look back at San Francisco is to see my father and a long history. I never knew the Dot-com Boom,
but in understanding its progeny I can see the traits, genetics, and make a mold of its
predecessor.

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
24 Sep 2013

Toyose: Late Night Korean Haven in the Outer Sunset

            Toyose   Un-expected pockets of commerce are scattered like playing cards on the beat-up, grey basement table that is The Sunset District. One such pocket is located on Noriega in the upper Forties.  There’s a little bit of everything: a hair salon, a locals-only

Fatt Mink 0
31 Jul 2013

Little Window’s North Vietnamese Chicken Pho is Perfect for the SF Summer Gloom

Mark Twain’s oft-quoted appraisal of S.F’s cruel and spiteful summer climate has been ringing in my ears for about a month now; July hit and like clockwork the Great Grayness was pulled over the length and width of S.F like a wool blanket being drawn up to the chin of

Fatt Mink 1
27 Feb 2013

Shanghai Dumpling King: BYOB Bargain

  Beer and soup dumplings What is it about the Shanghai soup dumpling that impels the restauranteur to affix the name “King” or “Kingdom” somewhere in the title of his establishment dispensing of said delicacy? There IS a certain regal bearing to the soup dumpling, similar, you might imagine, to

Fatt Mink 0