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Photo by Dino Kuznik.

Good Morning Mission!

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 your spirits, take a moment to pause and give thanks that you aren’t in Montreal, where snow is on the horizon. Details for the next 10...
Immortal Jellyfish!

Jellyfish and the Secret of Immortality

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 jellyfish were native to the Caribbean, but now they’re popping up in oceans around the world — because, researchers suggest, of their extended life period...
Riders wait for Muni at Third Street and Palou Avenue around 7:30 p.m.

An Evening at Third and Oakdale-Palou

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 Loc@l went out Tuesday evening to spend some time near the platform between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. – the same time frame in which...
A police car cruises the Oakdale and Palou Muni platform along Third Street.

Bayview Responds to T-Third Muni Violence

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 Muni line. “The best way to bring communities together is to work on these problems together,” said Vincent Pan, executive director of Chinese for Affirmative...
Riders exit MUNI on Third Street in Mission Bay.

Riding MUNI’s Third Street Line

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 Street Line, five miles of track connecting BART’s Embarcadero Station to AT&T Park, Mission Bay, and the Bayview District.  Asian community groups rallied and told...