Ocean Beach news roundup February 3

Ocean Beach San Francisco shoreline map

The Ocean Beach Shoreline isn’t a static line in the sand. Image: Elena Vandebroek and Bob Battalio, ESA PWA, via KQED

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Ocean Beach a test case for coastal communities; paved-over yards; the cop who loves bees; Men Oh Ramen

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.

  • How can coastal communities deal with rising seas? Many are looking to how San Francisco handles the effects on Ocean Beach. – KQED
  • Can citations resolve the reasons homeowners in the Sunset District and other neighborhoods pave their front yards? – StreetsblogSF
  • From the Richmond District, this retired cop manages an empire of bees. – Bay Nature
  • Supervisor Eric Mar of District 1 (the Richmond) takes on bicycle theft in San Francisco. – Bay City News via SF Appeal
  • Police looking for man who stabbed a woman in the head after an attempted rape in the Outer Richmond. – SF Examiner
  • New debate over turning tenancy-in-common housing into condominiums hits close to home for many San Franciscans, including some from the Richmond  and Sunset districts. – Bay Area Reporter
  • Sure, you can get antique and vintage stuff online now. But that doesn’t worry this Richmond District shopowner, who says what he offers can’t be replicated by a website. – SF Chronicle
  • Men Oh Ramen may be part of a chain (the Richmond District spot is the Japan-based outfit’s second in the United States), but it brings a distinctive, personal approach to noodles. – SF Weekly


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