Ocean Beach news roundup September 7

By | May 24, 2017

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Another chef turnover at Outerlands; Ocean Beach rescues; BART on 19th Avenue?; Parkside homes pass for bargains in SF; from the Sunset to the mind of Mingus

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.

  • Chef drama at the Outer Sunsets Outerlands as Greg Kuzia-Carmel leaves less than four months after the reopening of the newly remodeled and expanded Judah Street restaurant.- SF Gate
  • San Francisco firefighters were busy rescuing people from Ocean Beach over the Memorial Day weekend. KTVU-TV, Bay City News via SF Bay
  • BART service should expand, but along 19th Avenue, not Geary Boulevard. SF Gate (opinion)
  • Richmond District police are on the hunt for speeding drivers. – KTVU-TV
  • Want a home in San Francisco for less than $1 million? Try the Parkside, or even the outer Richmond District. SF Gate
  • The 100th birthday of Ed Nevin Jr. brought hundreds of well-wishers to the Irish Cultural Center, including Mayor Ed Lee and other San Francisco notables. SF Gate
  • Actor Barry Shabaka Henley, with roots in the Sunset District, portrays legendary jazz musician and composer Charles Mingus in new cabaret piece Mingus Remixed, which Henley also wrote.KQED
  • Biologist and SFSU student who also runs youth program at California Academy of Sciences wins top honor from CSU system. SFSU

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