Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sunset Report: Warm Night Delivers Perfect Light

Recall, we began the month of June with a freakish rain storm. Now we mark the official start of summer with weather that is actually rather summer-like. So bizarre! So surprising! So seductive. So… WARM! Indeed, last night was particularly lovely, with … Continue reading

Posted in Bernal Hill, Weather | 7 Comments

Dusit Thai Closing at the End of the Month

A few BIA agents tipped us off to this, and Reader Nina delivered a photo, so we bring you the news: Dusit Thai restaurant on Mission (at Fair) is closing at the end of the month. The reason is a … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Food and Drink | 7 Comments

“Bernal Heights” in the World According to Realtors

It’s that time again! Danielle Lazier, Bernalwood’s realtor-in-residence, is back with some insight into the workings of the neighborhood real estate market. Over to you, Danielle: So where the heck is Bernal anyway? Yeah yeah, I know there is an … Continue reading

Posted in Real Estate | 5 Comments

Come to Cortland for the Summer Solstice Stroll, Tuesday!

In winter we wandered Cortland merrily for the Holiday Stroll. Now the days are longer and the weather is (marginally) warmer, so it’s time for the 2011 Summer Solstice Stroll! Come on out tomorrow evening, Tuesday, June 21, starting at … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Cortland, Events | 19 Comments

Lost Dog Alert!! Lost Dog Alert!! (UPDATE: Doggie Found!)

Several neightbors called the Bernalwood red phone today to help spread the word about a missing dog named Nip who normally resides in North Bernal. Assistance wanted. Be on the lookout. Calling all units, etc. etc. Neighbor Reyhan writes: This … Continue reading

Posted in Animals, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Dig Dipper Baby Food Opening Today at 331 Cortland

Proprietor Claire Hoyt wrote to Bernalwood to spread the big news about the grand opening of her organic baby food business today, in 331 Cortland: Wanted to share with you our late, but very real opening announcment. We will be … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Children and Parenting, Cortland, Food and Drink | 1 Comment

How the Gatsbys of Noe Valley Look at Bernal Heights

Do you remember that opening scene in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, where Gatsby looks whistfully at the green light across the bay over in tony East Egg? And how he is drawn toward that light because it embodies all his … Continue reading

Posted in Bernal Hill, Neighborhoods, Photography | 6 Comments