Does Mission and Ceasar Chavez (still Army street to me) count as Bernal Heights? Technically, yes, and that’s a very treacherous place to cross the street. So where’s the second- most dangerous intersection? Suprise: Cortland Avenue (that’s what it’s called, btw) and Anderson. Yup that’s right.
A reminiscence on barbers, and streetcars, and how both of these things don’t exist in Bernal Heights anymore, even though some people really need them.
David Gallagher has provided this brief-but-invaluable guide to the geological history of Bernal Hill. WHO KNEW???
More importantly, David is joining Team Bernalwood as a contributor. Woooooo! Welcome aboard, Sir David.