Good Morning Mission!

A pair of shorts dries on a windowsill on a warm day in the Mission. Photo by Molly Oleson

It’s 7 a.m. and 48°, heading to 70°. Today will be very sunny, with light winds. Details here.

More than 900 people were injured this morning in Russia’s Chelyabinsk region after a meteor estimated to weigh 10 tons broke apart in the sky. Scientists report that the meteor was traveling at 10 to 12 miles per second. The shock wave from the explosion smashed windows and collapsed roofs, causing concussions and cuts from glass. Read more and watch a video here.

According to the Chronicle, the Mission is on the verge of becoming San Francisco’s most desired neighborhood. Check out this list of homes that will make you cross your fingers that the landlord doesn’t raise your rent. One, on 21st Street, sold for almost $10 million last November. Records show that the house last sold in 1997, for $1.2 million.

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to switch places with your significant other? Check out this experiment by The Bold Italic.

Enjoy the sunshine!

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  1. Ray

    A $10 Million home in Mission/Dolores? Wow.

  2. Ramón

    Are the statistics about The Mission on its way to becoming San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhood reason to be proud, or reason to be ashamed ($10M for a residence on 21st Street)??

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