Ocean Beach news roundup January 20

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A big swell pushed into Northern California on Saturday, bringing large, clean waves to Ocean Beach. Photo: Tom Prete / Ocean Beach Bulletin

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Big swell rolls into Ocean Beach; let’s talk jiu-jitsu; kosher, vegeterian Chinese food in the Sunset; pharmacy holdups

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.

Coast Guard, San Francisco Fire Department scramble as surfers reported in distress during big swell at Ocean Beach. – KTVU

Psychic teaches science through gardening at Lakeshore Elementary School. – SF Chronicle

Conversation with a jiu-jistsu master: SF Weekly talks with Carlos “Sapao” Ban of Ocean Beach Barra Brothers Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. – SF Weekly

Gas leak capped in outer Sunset District. – ABC7

The closing of Israel’s Strictly Kosher market in the Richmond District leaves a void in San Francisco. – Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Israel’s Strictly Kosher may be history, but there’s still kosher, vegetarian Chinese food in the Sunset. – SF Weekly

Man surrenders in Richmond District apartment standoff. – SF Appeal

Richmond District photographer documents SF designers. – SF Chronicle

Richmond and Sunset pharmacies hit by similar robberies. – SF Examiner, KTVU

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