It’s 7 a.m, 51°F and headed to a high of 63°F. Today is the last sunny day before clouds roll in, bringing some showers with them. But before you let seasonal affective disorder rain on...
If the name Turritopsis nutricula doesn’t roll off your tongue, try remembering “immortal jellyfish,” the nickname of this species of long-lived critters that are migrating from the sea to the science lab. Originally the immortal...
Should UCSF's development land be expanded, should 16th Street be engineered to go underground, and other development questions. En Español
1 Comment Filed under Education, Front Page
Tagged biotech, caltrain, Caltrans, citizens advisory committee, development, focil, high speed rail, master developer, mission bay, nelson rising, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, UCSF, University of California
6:30 p.m. at the UCSF Mission Bay Campus, Genentech Hall, Rm N114, 600-16th Street, SF
“Going really fast and feeling the wind in your face,” one boy said, grinning. En Español
1 Comment Filed under Education, Front Page, Government & Non Profits, Mobile
Tagged at&t park, boating, canoe, June Jordan School for Equity, kayak, kayaking, mission bay, mission creek, pollution, port, san francisco bay, Steve Siskin, UCSF, water
Thursday’s community meeting delves into transit on multiple levels. En Español
Filed under Front Page, Mission Dope
Tagged California High-Speed Rail Authority, caltrain, high speed rail, mission bay, overpass, San Francisco, san jose, tracks, train, tunnels
Hundreds of residents converge to Chief of Police's townhall meeting.En Español
1 Comment Filed under Front Page, Immigrant Life, Trouble
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En Español Two incidents of violence involving Asian residents– one in January on the platform and one in March – have focused attention at Bayview’s T- Third Street stop between Oakdale and Palou Avenues. Mission...
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...
6 Comments Filed under Front Page, Immigrant Life, Topics, Transportation, Trouble
Tagged African American, asian, attacks, Bayview, black, Chinese, Chinese Affirmative Action, crime, district 10, Francisco Da Costa, Greg Suhr, Huan Chen, immigration, June Jordan, martin luther king, mission bay, police, POWER, safe, safety, sophie maxwell, Vincent Pan, violence, visitacion valley, youth
Extension approved even though few companies use the exemption. En Español
Filed under Business, Front Page, Mission Dope
Tagged anrica deb, biotech payroll tax exemption, chris daly, david campos, Fibrogen, gavin newsom, John Avalos, life sciences, michela alioto-pier, mission bay, ordinance, San Francisco office of economic and workforce development, tax breaks, UCSF
The night ride along the T was filled with everything from homeless people trying to stay warm, to baseball fans heading to AT&T Park for the Giants game. The only police officers seen were zooming...
10 Comments Filed under Front Page, MUNI, Topics, Transportation
Tagged Andy Yang, at&t park, BART, bayshore, Bayview, Christina Williams, Dogpatch Saloon, Huan Chen, mission bay, MTA, muni, police, Raymond Adams, Richard Martinez, safety, Sunnydale Avenue, T-Third Street, visitation valley
En Español Bayview has seen four, high profile MUNI-related attacks on Asians this year, one that resulted in the death of 83-year old Huan Chen. Three of the incidents were connected with the two-year-old T-Third...
30 Comments Filed under Front Page, MUNI, Transportation, Trouble
Tagged African American, Albie Esparza, anrica deb, asian, at&t park, BART, Bay View, Bayview, black, city government, embarcadero, Huan Chen, immigrationraids, mission bay, muni, public, race, racism, SFPD, T-Line, T-Third, T-Train, Third Street Rail, Transportation, UCSF, violence
UCSF shuttle from 16th Street BART to Mission Bay open to the public. En Español
1 Comment Filed under Business, Front Page, Transportation
Tagged 4th and King, alexandria, at&t park, BART, caltrain, Fibrogen, free, Genentech, Gladstone Institute, incubator, mission bay, mission creek, QB3, route, San Francisco, shuttles, transportaion, UCSF, Wendy Silvani
Genentech used to hire people with BAs and MA's as senior technicians, now those jobs are for PhDs. En Español