Buying last-minute gifts on 24th or Valencia instead of checking the Mission news? We’ll catch you up.
The Holy Family also searched for affordable housing — and the Mission staged a homage to the parallels of the Nativity with Ellis Act-era San Francisco. A San Francisco stable on Craigslist? We’d bet $950 a month — camel included.
Speaking of affordable housing (everybody is!) meet the tenants in a building facing the ubiquitous Ellis Act evictions in the Mission — including a 46-year tenant paying $485 a month for their three-bedroom rent-controlled unit.
Don’t miss this video on a former white supremacist who changed his life and now manages the Delancey Street tree lot at 1599 Bryant Street (corner of Harrison and 15th street). Open through Christmas day, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
What exactly were the demands of the tech bus protesters on Friday? We’ve got them on tape.