Published 9:43 am CDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Four people were injured when a car jumped a curb outside Southern California's famous Whisky a Go Go nightclub where a late-night crowd was gathered. Los Angeles County sheriff's Lt. Hector Mancinas tells City News Service all of the injuries were minor. The crash occurred outside the Sunset Strip club just before midnight Tuesday. Witnesses tell KCBS-TV the crash could have been worse but the car was stopped by a pole that supports an awning outside the doorway. The unidentified driver was held for investigation of driving under the influence. … [Read more...] about Car crash injures 4 outside Sunset Strip nightclub
A cloud shadow is seen from the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden during sunset on Oct. 1, 2018. (John Katsilometes/Las Vega Review-JournalA cloud shadow is seen during sunset over the Las Vegas Strip on Oct. 1, 2018. (Bernie Rivait)A cloud shadow is seen during sunset over the Las Vegas Strip on Oct. 1, 2018. (Bernie Rivait)A cloud shadow is seen during sunset over the Las Vegas Strip on Oct. 1, 2018. (Bernie Rivait)A cloud shadow is seen from the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden during sunset on Oct. 1, 2018. (John Katsilometes/Las Vega Review-Journal The skies over Las Vegas put on a show Monday night as people around the valley gathered to remember the tragic events of Oct. 1, 2017. A cloud shadow just before sunset could be seen from across the valley, from the Strip, to the downtown Las Vegas Community Healing Garden, where a remembrance wall was being dedicated to the victims of the #1October attack. Check out the photos above and below. Check out this cloud shadow that a … [Read more...] about Las Vegas sunset wows on #1October anniversary — PHOTOS
By Ken S. Akehurst III [email protected] A student’s father is seeking information after his son, a City College student, was shot and killed on the night of Sept. 18 in the Outer Sunset District by an unknown assailant, a Sept. 19 Chronicle dispatch reported. Ryan Sacdalan, 20, was found alone at the corner of 46th Street and Moraga Avenue with at least two gunshot wounds to the back after gunshots rang in the neighborhood at 8:53 p.m, a Sept. 18 KTVU dispatch reported. The KTVU dispatch stated that a neighbor said they saw a man running down the street in a hoodie soon after the shots were fired, but he heard no argument or words exchanged beforehand that indicated a reason for the shooting. John Rodriguez told the Chronicle said he saw the suspect, dressed in jeans and white sneakers, running toward a dark-colored car, yelling, “We gotta go.” Then, the car raced down 46th Avenue, he … [Read more...] about CCSF student killed in Sunset District
In the family-filled Sunset District, local cred matters. How long have you lived there? What’s your favorite pub? Where did you lay down roots? Well, if campaign donations are any indication, supervisor candidate Jessica Ho — who is vying to represent the Sunset and Parkside — has roots planted firmly outside San Francisco that are helping her sprout most of her green. On Guard has learned Ho held recent campaign fundraisers in Sacramento (where she previously worked) and in Los Angeles (where she’s from). That also dovetails with Ho’s other source of major support — a shadowy Political Action Committee filing in Sacramento with at least $150,000 on hand. All told, roughly 55 percent of Ho’s donations are from outside good ol’ Ess Eff. Her donors stretch down to Southern California and up to Sacramento, jibing with her recent fundraisers. Ho did not respond to an email request for comment. Campaign fliers show one of her fundraisers took … [Read more...] about Sunset supe candidate Jessica Ho rakes in big bucks from out of town
By Flora Tsapovsky Published 11:48 am PDT, Friday, September 28, 2018 Patrons sit at the bar at the White Cap cocktail bar. Patrons sit at the bar at the White Cap cocktail bar. Photo: Michael Short / Special To The Chronicle Buy photo Interior decorator Leah Harmatz had been living in the Outer Sunset since 2014, having moved closer to the beach from downtown. Field Theory, an airy space not unlike a stylish apartment, sells a mix of vintage and new furniture and art and hosts neighborhood happy hours and events. less Interior decorator Leah Harmatz had been living in the Outer Sunset since 2014, having moved closer to the beach from downtown. Field Theory, an airy space not unlike a stylish apartment, sells a mix of ... more Photo: Ana Kamin Case for Making is an art store and workshop space that opened in the Outer Sunset in … [Read more...] about Outer Sunset rides a wave of change. That’s not a bad thing, is it?