En Español District 10 community leaders worked this week to bridge the divide between Asian and African American residents, a rift exacerbated by high-profile crimes against Asian residents on the platform of the T-Third Street...
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The Marcus Shelby Quartet gives voice to civil rights movement.
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Monday marked Martin Luther King Day, and while many observed the holiday by sleeping in late and enjoying a welcomed break from school, others shared their thoughts and feelings about the slain Civil Rights leader...
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Oh SF.StreetsBlog say it isn’t so! More MUNI cuts and $5 to ride the F-Market trains? And BART may go up too? Actually it looks like every type of transportation will probably cost you more...
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San Francisco restaurants and foodies are coming together to do their part in Haitian relief efforts. Tonight: Evil Jerk Cart will be at The Blue Macaw from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. It’s been a...
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MLK Day, Henry Oden, Pancho Villa/Panco Vilja and more!
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First things first. Green Coriander sent us a message that if you mention you saw their offer on “Mission Loc@l,” they’ll give you 20% off on your order! The menu sounds delicious, so what are...