Monthly Archives: September 2011

Muffy the Wolverine Needs a New Home

Reader Esther spotted this handbill on the Good Life bulletin board. A kid-friendly wolverine that loves W.C Fields movies and behaves very well during new moons? What’s not to like?! Cattle prod, bear trap, and steel-reinforced camper shell sold separately. … Continue reading

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Junior SF Giants Fans Inspired by Brian Wilson Street Art

The Giants are officially out of playoff contention, alas. But Giant Fever is alive and well among the next generation. Reader Adel tells Bernalwood that her kids love the new Brian Wilson street art that was recently added to several … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Children and Parenting | Tagged | 4 Comments

Video from Leonard Flynn Elementary School Wins $15,000 Top Prize

Here’s some amazing news: Remember that video we posted from Leonard R. Flynn Elementary School? Local Bernal elementary school, Leonard R. Flynn Elementary School (just off Precita Park) is a finalist in the Coupon Cabin’s arts grant contest. Our YouTube video has garnered … Continue reading

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Scenes from the 2011 Elsie Street Block Party

A good time was had by all at the Elsie Block Party last Saturday. New Neighbor Adrian was on hand to take the fab photos shown here, while Neighbor Michael, who helped organize the festivities, reports: The Fifth Annual Elsie … Continue reading

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Your Autumn 2011 Real Estate Report: Why Buyers Buy In Bernal Heights

Danielle Lazier is a realtor with Zephyr Real Estate, the author of SFHotlist, and Bernalwood’s official, unofficial real estate analyst. Here’s her autumn 2011 update on the residential real estate market in Bernal Heights: Amid all of the economic uncertainty, real estate … Continue reading

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Sunday Drizzle Offers Preview of Winter Attractions

It was strange to wake up on Sunday morning to wetness outside, wasn’t it? But I  kind of liked it — better the real rains of winter than the foggy chill of late “summer.” It’s almost time for Bernal Hill … Continue reading

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Sing Along to “Bernal Heights,” Live at Hotel Utah TONIGHT

Happy to say that we were into it before it was cool, but “Bernal Heights”–  that very pleasing new song by Jhameel —  has become rather popular nationwide, in an indie/underground sort of way. Now his people send word that … Continue reading

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