Regulars at La Taza Café find community, friendship.
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A book launching tonight in the Mission District reveals Venezuelans "with or without Chávez," will continue his revolution.
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President Daniel Ortega goes after his critics and loses earlier allies. BY FRANCISCA ORTEGA
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Mission District Protesters condemn the military coup against Honduran President Zelaya. By AMANDA MARTINEZ AND RIGOBERTO HERNANDEZ