Bernice Yeung, 30

Mission residents watched the last presidential debate before the Nov. 4 elections in bars across the Mission neighborhood. At Pirate Cat Cafe, on 21st and Florida Streets, neighbors gathered and participated in a live radio show.
Monkey, the owner of Pirate Cat Cafe, tells us what he thought of the debate.
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Jen Soriano, a Mission resident, describes how the debate watching went.
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We interviewed residents and asked them to share their opinions on the debate.

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Listen to the entire show here.

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As an old friend once pointed out, local has long been in my bones. My Master’s Project at Columbia, later published in New York Magazine, was on New York City’s experiment in community boards.

Right now I'm trying to figure out how you make that long-held interest in local news sustainable. The answer continues to elude me.

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