“Born from pain and grief and it blossomed into vida y corazon” Valentina Marrufo is the owner and creator of Mission Native, a brand of Mission-inspired apparel and accessories, started […]
Olive Patton, age 26, described her day as “interesting.” While she was out of town last week, the shop where she works, Gravel & Gold, at 3266 21st St. on […]
Oscar Muñoz has been working at The Mellow SF at 3236 21st St. at the corner of San Carlos since January, 2021. He first came to the store as a customer […]
Insofar as San Francisco’s pandemic year has proved exceptional in any way, it has, in no small part, been in the individual voices and collective activity of these women. Each is a role model for legions of other young women interested in science. Together they’re a powerful example of the benefits of diversity.
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The Board of Education will vote today on whether to pour an additional $6 million into its $2.8 million no-bid contract with Alvarez & Marsal, the firm hired to fix […]
Seven tenants last month sued their landlord, Mercy Housing California VI, for allegedly forcing them to live in an “uninhabitable” building that a fire had severely damaged weeks before. The […]
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In one of the first uses of a new law that allows tenants to form a union to negotiate with landlords, renters at 140 Julian Ave. have formed a union […]
Dozens of City College students, faculty, and recently elected College Board members gathered outside the Mission Campus on Valencia Street Wednesday morning to protest an administrative decision that will close […]
At approximately 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, a motorcycle collided with a black Chevrolet Suburban at the intersection of Cesar Chavez Street and South Van Ness Avenue. The person on the motorcycle […]
About 80 percent of Lowell High School’s educators, some 120 out of 149, are expected to call in sick today in protest of the San Francisco Unified School District’s ongoing […]
As San Francisco rolls out new parking meter technology, some drivers find themselves paying to park, but still ending up with a ticket. “Intuitively, you park, get out of your […]
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Following a marathon meeting, the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency board approved a resolution Tuesday to make 16 citywide “Slow Streets” permanent, including two in the Mission District: Shotwell Street […]
In an unexpected about-face, the Board of Supervisors today voted to temporarily ban the police department from using robots with lethal force. This came after the Board approved lethal robot […]
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Exonerated man is suing San Francisco Joaquin Ciria, the first and only man to have been exonerated by the District Attorney’s Innocence Commission, is suing the city that put him […]
If the red-colored font and several “X” symbols on the report didn’t make it clear, the Department of Police Accountability spelled it out: The San Francisco Police Department’s reporting negligence […]
So, there he was. That was Ismail “Izzy” Ramsey at Willie Brown’s side as Hizzoner made a presentation at a long conference table in a private room stocked with a […]