It’s 5 a.m., 53°, and going to 56°. Details are here.

The Mission SF Federal Credit Union may have found a merger partner in Oakland, according to the Credit Union Times.

As we wrote at the end of last week, the unpaid board of the credit union is still trying to raise $200,000 to keep the 40-year-old Mission institution independent.

Interesting NYT piece on Ronald Ferguson, who researches the achievement gap.

And Pollo Campero could be moving to Mission Street, according to the SF Weekly.

This American Life contributor Beth Lisick gets a shout out for her memoir “Everybody Into the Pool” from Suite 101, including a reference to her early years in a “drug-ridden Mission District.”