Monthly Archives: January 2011

Missing Person: A Woman’s Father is Homeless, and He Has Been Sighted in Bernal Heights

Have you seen this man? Last week the¬†SFWeekly ran an article about Kelli Christensen, a woman who is searching for her father. Her dad, Marty¬†Christensen (shown above), is homeless and has been out of contact for decades. Now an anonymous … Continue reading

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Twilight Sunday Atop Bernal Hill, with Greyhound

Thanks to Randy Antin, for sending the photo along.

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Stereotypes Defied: A Charming and Earnest Ode to WalMart

Although this song has nothing to do with Bernal Heights per se, there’s something about it that seems congruent with the spirit of our neighborhood — precisely because it also runs contrary to the spirit of our neighborhood. Written and … Continue reading

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Uppity Blogger Argues for La Lengua Autonomy, Admits to Expansionist Ambitions

Our friends at CurbedSF have posted a revealing interview with Burrito Justice, the chief spokesblogger and armchair insurrectionist for La Lengua, the uppity “microhood” that lies in the ambiguous flatlands at the foot of Bernal’s western slope. Tell us something … Continue reading

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The New York Times Touts Our Local Purveyor of Perfect Food for Pampered Pets

You eat local. You eat slowly. You buy organic food. If all that is good for you, isn’t it reasonable to assume the same is true for your pet as well? In the food section of Wednesday’s New York Times, … Continue reading

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Hungry Moms Give Shout-Out for Sandbox Bakery Sandwiches

A Little Yumminess is a blog about ” experiences as moms pursuing a passion for eating and cooking & sharing food adventures with our kids.” Said moms visited Cortland recently, and came away with happy bellies: A highlight of a … Continue reading

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Why Bernal Heights Bees Make Honey That’s More Sweet

According to Alexandra Danieli, Bernal Heights is more pure, more beautiful, and more wholesome than other places. Our higher quality inputs yield higher quality output — in this case, better honey. Danieli doesn’t put it quite that way, but Bernalwood … Continue reading

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