Ocean Beach news roundup March 4

Legion of Honor and Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park and the Legion of Honor, seen from a remote-controlled helicopter. Video capture from Vimeo user Robert McIntosh.

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Living it up on Judah Street; watch Sutro Baths documentary; Richmond District murder plotter; Richmond cop accused of excessive force

We can’t link to every story out there, but if you think we missed something, leave a comment here, or tell us on Twitter or Facebook.

  • Faith leaders, including Sunset District rabbi, say Occupy movement is an important opportunity to focus on the greater good. – Catholic San Francisco
  • The Chronicle visits outer Judah Street for a taste of the good life that neighborhood residents enjoy every day. – SF Chronicle
  • The Sunset Branch Library screens “Sutro’s: the Palace at Land’s End” Monday. – SF Library
  • A man who plotted to kill his underage lover’s mother in her Richmond District home was sentenced last week. – SF Examiner
  • A Richmond District woman’s former in-home helper decided to break in and help himself to her flat-screen TV. – SF Examiner
  • Man sues SF Police Department, claiming Richmond District officer used excessive force against him. – SF Examiner
  • A March 1 student “Day of Action” draws a diverse set of participants, but protesters were disappointed with how few students took part. – Golden Gate Xpress, Golden Gate Xpress
  • Our neighbors the Richmond District Blog turned up this video shot by a guy who mounted a camera on this remote-control helicopter and buzzed the Legion of Honor, the Golden Gate Park bison and other Bay Area spots. Pretty cool-looking, even if the bison don’t seem to be enjoying it very much. – Richmond SF blog
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