Category Archives: Events

Saturday: Gun Buyback to Get Surplus Weapons Off Our Streets

Neighbor Sarah, Bernalwood’s official unofficial liaison to the San Francisco Police Department, brings news of the Ingleside gun-buyback event happening on Saturday: Join us for a community-organized gun buyback this Saturday, April 5, 2014, 9am-2pm, at 2630 Bayshore Blvd. @ … Continue reading

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Grief, Anger at Memorial Vigil for Alejandro Nieto on Bernal Hill

There is still much to learn about what happened to Neighbor Alejandro Nieto, the 28 year-old man who was shot and killed by SFPD officers on Bernal Hill Friday night. But there are some things we already know: Alejandro’s death … Continue reading

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Today: Bernal Kids Will Present Spoken Word in Bayview

Tonight, several of Bernal’s most distinguished junior street poets will be in Bayview for a spoken word performance. Neighbor Maya Sussman provides the preview: I’m an Elsie Street native and current resident. I work at Performing Arts Workshop, a 49-year-old … Continue reading

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This Sunday, Bernal’s Own “Music on the Hill” Presents: The Stern Trio

Neighbor Sheri brings news of a chamber music performance happening on Sunday: Music on the Hill  is a uniquely Bernal Heights organization — a community-supported chamber music non-profit dedicated to presenting high-quality concerts featuring Bay Area musicians at affordable prices. … Continue reading

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You’re Invited to the Glamorous Leonard R. Flynn School Fundraiser, Saturday

The PTA at Leonard R. Flynn Elementary School on Precita Park is having their annual fundraiser tomorrow, Saturday March 15. Neighbor Jeff extends the invitation: This Saturday night the Leonard R. Flynn PTA will be hosting its 3rd annual “Viva … Continue reading

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TONIGHT: Pop-Up Will Make Whoopie [Pies] Inside Little Bee Baking

If you think the thing that’s missing from your life is a whoopie pie, then you’re in luck! After Suppa is having a pop-up  at Little Bee Baking on Cortland tonight, Friday March 7.  Neighbor Stacy from Little Bee tells … Continue reading

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Saturday: Benefit Auction for Miraloma Nursery School

Neighbor kc! is a Bernal Heights parent with a kid who attends Miraloma Cooperative Nursery School in Sunnyside. They’re having a benefit auction for the school this weekend, Saturday March 8: Once a year, my son’s pre-school throws a huge … Continue reading

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Starting TONIGHT: Stand-Up Comedy at the Lucky Horseshoe

As if living in Bernal Heights wasn’t comedy enough, there’s a new stand-up comedy night happening at the Lucky Horseshoe on Cortland every Tuesday this month, starting TONIGHT, Tuesday March 4. The evenings are called Comedy at Dusk, and co-host … Continue reading

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Sunday: Rock Your Face Off with Bernal Kids at the Rock Band Land Album Release Party

This is Neighbor Odin. He lives with his parents on Montcalm in Bernal Heights, and as you might have guessed from the photo, he ROCKS. Specifically, he rocks with Rock Band Land, a ridiculously awesome music education and storytelling program … Continue reading

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Wednesday: Design Review Board to Consider Powhattan Housing Proposal

There’s a neighborhood design review board meeting set for tomorrow night, Wednesday, February 26 at 7 pm at the Precita Neighborhood Center, to discuss a proposal to construct four single-family homes on the undeveloped “triangle” of land at Powhattan and Bernal … Continue reading

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Starting Tonight: Beer Week Events at Precita Park Cafe and Rock Bar

What? You never got around to booking your tickets to Sochi? Which means you missed the opportunity to party with Olympians while having your smartphone hacked by Russian cybterthieves? Lucky for you it’s Beer Week in San Francisco, and two … Continue reading

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Campos to Propose Increased Compensation for Ellis Act Evictions

D9 Supervisor David Campos sent this press release to Bernalwood yesterday: Saying that we cannot rely solely on Sacramento to solve our affordability crisis, Supervisor David Campos (D9) will introduce a local solution at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisor’s meeting to … Continue reading

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Wednesday: Cesar Chavez Ribbon-Cutting to Celebrate Our Sexy New Infrastructure

It took two and a half years, a lot of dirt-digging, and plenty of construction-related delays, but at long last, the Cesar Chavez Improvement Project is nearing completion. Frankly, I think it looks vastly better than it did before, and … Continue reading

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