Ocean Beach news roundup March 11
This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Irish pride in the Sunset, “Unveiling the Ocean Beach Master Plan,” Shimon Peres grabs some west-SF eats
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- No surprise, the outer Sunset District is the top area for Irish pride on St. Patrick’s Day or any day, according to the Chron. – SF Chronicle
- Taking the wraps off the Ocean Beach Master Plan after 18 months of planning, feedback and study, SPUR will present the results of its work Thursday. – SPUR
- The Richmond District’s Supervisor Eric Mar was called for jury duty in the domestic-violence trial of his friend Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, but got the boot. – Bay City News via SF Appeal
- Worried about Ocean Beach getting buried under tons of debris from last year’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan? We may not see any at all, experts say. – SF Chronicle
- What’s with all the “i”-something restaurants in the Sunset District? – SF Weekly
- Israeli President Shimon Peres wanted to eat at the Beach Chalet when he was in town, but ended up at Ton Kiang on Geary Boulevard instead. – SF Chronicle
- Woman assaulted in Parkmerced March 7. – Golden Gate Xpress
- Oscar-winning SFSU grad credits his success to the university’s film program. – Golden Gate Xpress
This article has been modified to correct the day when SPUR will present the Ocean Beach Master Plan.