Reporters Bridget Huber and Nancy López set up shop in Clarion Alley and asked Mission residents what they wish they’d said to a loved one that they never did.

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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. my sad times – is that i meet people right here on planet earth – that do not honor their own path or values and settle for second best – why – life here is not a dress rehersal

  2. Great job! Mission Local is getting better and better — lost of great local reporting, lots of creative work. Keep up the good work!

  3. Great piece. Heart felt. The Mission is so great. I grew up there in the 50’s and 60’s and 70’s. Long live Saint Anthony’s school

  4. Great piece. I watched it over and over. It reminds me that we should do what we can today to have no regrets tomorrow.

  5. Thanks for reminding us of the importance of talking… with our loved ones… openly, honestly, lovingly and often…

  6. Thank you for making many of us realize that life is short and that love is simple to express.. and that we make it difficult on ourselves to say this.

  7. This piece is so wonderful, I’m glad you made a follow up video. The stories are so touching and it also leaves you with a flavor of the Mission.