All right, work with me, people. What we’re talking about with “West NoPA” is the area west of north of east of the Golden Gate Park Panhandle. At what point do microneighborhoods get absurd?
Here we go, the Panhandle is in green, the area literally north of the Panhandle is marked in dark grey, NoPA is the area to the right that’s actually northeast of the Panhandle, and the new “West NoPA” is marked in red:
SoPA, for South of the Panhandle? Yes, some people already use this term IRL.
EaPA, for East of the Panhandle? No, this one hasn’t caught on, IRL.
North of NoPA, for north of northeast of the Panhandle? Yes, for reals.
DivCo, for Divisadero Corridor? Yes.
Of course, IRL this is all in the Western Addition.
And actually, the Western Addition is Everywhere. In fact, it’s where Ansel Adams was born in 1902, all the way up there at Jackson and Maple:
The More You Know…
Anyway, now that we’ve pushed Gannett Co. Inc’s The Bold Italic all the way back to Northern Virginia, we only have our Born and Raised Nativist NIMBYs to blame for our ongoing process of microhoodization…