The western side of the Mission Dolores neighborhood is $40,000 short of being nominated to the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district.
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The identity of the man is unknown at this time.
Even at the turn of the last century, organizations were trying to get control of the Mission. This and other trivia await visitors to the Ephemera Collection at the California Historical Society.
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The singing is beautiful, and the hot chocolate is excellent.
Efforts to save an 18th-century mural fade as public interest grows dimmer.
At least as far as the Planning Department is concerned.
Click here for a pdf of the map. "You've got to understand, these creeks smelled bad," says Carlsson. "Wetlands don't smell great even when they're healthy, but so much sewage ran into them that by...
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The faithful bring their statues, prayers and petitions.
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Will it take miracles to lead Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha to be named the first Native American saint before controversial Father Junipero Serra? En Español
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Lisa makes a match on republicansingles.com.
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Comunidad San Dimas works to keep incarcerated Mission youth from returning to gang life.
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Ministers trained in domestic violence counseling will be blessed in a ceremony Friday evening at Mission Dolores.
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The beat goes on in Dolores Park. By VICTOR GREENE, DEANDRE JONES and DAVID BARRIENTOS
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Mexican flautist Horacio Franco discusses his musical inspirations.
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