You may have seen the mirrors catching the afternoon sunlight on the sidewalk. You may know him from his late-night scooter rides around the Mission. Or you might have passed by the curious planet-like sculpture hanging in front...
Mission resident Dan Sudran never thought that a science workshop he started in his garage would become a full-time job. In 1991, Sudran set up instruments, rocks, fossils and animal bones in his garage. Neighborhood...
Some of the Mission District's oldest residents may also be the most overlooked.
They're about the size of a quarter. Unless they're trying to impress a lady nearby, you'll never know they're there.
More than you ever wanted to know about poop in the city: the sequel.
Are the lines of the Mission good for business?
Back when I had a roommate who had a car, someone used to poop behind it. It was good real estate for covert pooping – car on one side, fence on the other, and hard-packed...
With enough participation from the city and community owners, it would be totally possible to set Bernal Hill on fire and bring back the wildflowers.
Is there something better to do on a slow afternoon than troll through Pro Publica’s data sets? No reported tainted drywall, in California or the Mission. My doctor hasn’t taken any drug company money —...
Bedbugs are indiscriminate about their surroundings and can infest a million-dollar home or an SRO. The lowdown on a bug that's been with us for a very long time.
It has positive associations and is practical, according to the Department of Public Works. En Español.
“You got a couple potatoes gone bad and it can fill a kitchen with flies,” said Bay Area pest controller Art Slater. En Español
This summer, 1,800 gallons of ice cream base are leaving Straus Dairy every week — most of it bound for the Mission District. En Español
If you're not red, better have a good personality, writes Sindya N. Bhanoo in the NYT.