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Housing, property, and space in general are prized commodities, especially in San Francisco. Nancy López gets to cover the stories that inevitably grow out of the cracks in the vacant storefronts, aging buildings and limited affordable housing - to name a few of the issues - found throughout the Mission District. She welcomes any story ideas readers may have.

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  1. The fusion/collision of cultures and time is what makes this neighborhood so vital, so fascinating. A wide variety of people live here and most of their world views are significantly different. How they negotiate those differences on a daily basis and how the unrelenting wheels of progress affect us all make the Mission one of most interesting places on Earth (for me- your mileage may vary.)