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Five-year-old Natalia Lopez, on the way to school with her mom and brother, shows off the tooth she lost. The Tooth Fairy paid $3 for that tooth. Photo by Janet Kornblum

Good Morning Mission: Meet On The Street

Right now it is 65°, heading to another sweltering high of 84° – the forecast for the next ten days is here. Today’s block:  Harrison to Alabama, 19th to 20th. These photos were taken yesterday. Went out expecting a dull morning. But this day? This is one of the reasons I still love it here, despite the expense, noise, and...
Photo by Kathleen Narruhn

Good Morning Mission! Pirates and Paradise

This morning’s block is Potrero – 17th – Utah – 16th Streets. Lots of traffic and bicyclist heading to Mission Bay using 16th & 17th St and also for those trying to get across town going the opposite direction. A number of people seemed to be walking down to the businesses in Potrero Hill too. Most of this block is commercial with most...
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Black and White San Francisco

“I don’t want to rely on color,” says Travis Jensen, a San Francisco-based street photographer, as we’re walking from the Glen Park BART station to the Embarcadero, where he works. He has been doing this for years, several days a week. He starts walking a little before sunrise with his camera, looking around for a candid scene. As we walk...
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PHOTOS: Protesters March for Immigrants’ Rights

Approximately 200 people gathered at 24th and Mission streets to march for immigrants’ rights Tuesday morning, in honor of May Day. The march started at 10:30 a.m. at the BART plaza on Mission Street. Protesters then marched along Mission Street to 16th Street.           Photo by: Neil Nag Photo by: Molly Roy Photo by: Molly Roy...