Lack of parking is a leading gripe for San Franciscans, who live in a heavily commuted city with more than half as many registered vehicles as residents. The Mission District is no exception, and the...
19 Comments Filed under Featured, Front Page, Mobile, Parks, Today's Mission, Transportation
Tagged 17th and folsom, park, parking, parks, poder, SFMTA
Los esbozos del parque que se hará en las calles 17 y Folsom han pasado por muchos cambios desde que la fase del diseño comenzó hace más de dos años. El pasado jueves por la...
Plans for the park to be created at 17th and Folsom streets have gone through many changes since the design phase began three years ago. Last Thursday evening, planners revealed the most recent development: communal...
7 Comments Filed under Food, Front Page, Government & Non Profits, Health, Mobile, Parks, Today's Mission, Topics
Tagged 17th and folsom, Communal, garden, Oscar Grande, park, parks and recreation, poder, San Francisco, Shared, Teresa Almaguer
The new law is a blow to Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market.
The opportunity attracted the highest number of applications in Arizmendi's history.
4 Comments Filed under Business, Food, Front Page, Valencia Street
Tagged Arizmendi Bakery, community based organizations, immigrant workers, immigrants, jobs, Mission Economic Development Agency (Meda), People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights, poder, valencia street, worker-owned cooperative
Park Dreaming. En Español
4 Comments Filed under Front Page, Government & Non Profits
Tagged Claudia Flores, Gillas Combet, john dennis, Karin Edwards, Melissa Dubon, Mission Neighborhood Health Center, Mission Neighorhood Health center, Oscar Grande, parks and recreation, Peter Nehrebecki, planning department, poder, Revolution park, Susan Exline
Housing violations and breathing problems in the Mission are both nearly twice the city average, and the neighborhood has one of the highest asthma rates in the city.
9 Comments Filed under Front Page, Health, Trouble
Tagged asthma, Asthma Prevention Task Force, breathing problems, Bryan Gibel, cockroaches, Department of Building Inspection, Department of Health Services, Fernando Gomez-Benitez, housing violations, inhaler, Karen Cohn, mission district, mission neighborhood, Mission Neighborhood Health Center, mold, Olga Hernandez, Oscar Grande, pests, poder, rats, San Francisco, South Van Ness, trigger, unsafe housing, Wilfredo Osario Montenegro
“Not all those who wander are lost.” (J.R.R. Tolkien) 10.29 – 11.3 This week is positively undead. Kids reclaim the streets in boo-ya style. Día de los Muertos altars are ready to glow. Spaces are...
Filed under Education, La Tira Comica, Mission Dope
Tagged 24th street, 826 Valenca, cucuchucho cemetary, dark room, dia de los muertos, ernie lafky, glo afterschool program, Halloween, harvest, Hey Kids!, kindaboo, las chikas, lawrence halprin, mission cultural center, natural resources, poder, precita eyes mural arts, red poppy art house, rescue culture collective, san francisco department of public health, sara kraft, sf docfest, shinichi iova-koga, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, susannah bothe, under 21 open mic, youth speaks, Zambaleta