Let’s say your holiday is not going great — or maybe it’s going really great — and you’re in the...Read More
Artists working on the northeast corner of 24th and Capp Streets are readying themselves for a Sunday unveiling of the Mission’s newest mural – an expansive, two-story piece depicting some of the victims of police and immigration violence. It is dedicated to those victims.Read More
A 69-year-old woman was struck and killed by the driver of a pickup truck at 19th and South Van Ness at around 3:26 p.m. Thursday, according to police.Read More
Boba Guys on 19th Street, among the Mission District’s most popular businesses — with its seemingly perpetual lines of boba fiends — was broken into early Sunday morning at 5:01 a.m.Read More
Otis the pug is stolen. Otis the pug is found. A homeless man refuses the $15K reward. And then things get weird.
Video footage points to inside job in theft of Otis the pug, a dog with 25K Instagram followers...Read More
Little-known fact: Stonehenge was actually installed when a group of Neolithic Briton homeowners...Read More
Breaking: SF Health Dept. allowed mental patient to skip waitlist for psych facility — solely to avoid legal scrutiny
Another troubling development at the city’s Behavioral Health Center Under oath, a...Read More
Neighborhood notes: Come live in the Mission! And meet yet another Democratic presidential aspirant, Michael Bennet!
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about 2020 presidential candidate Senator Michael Bennet. Including: Who is Michael Bennet?Read More
Staring down a potential 10-year hitch in federal prison for obtaining his citizenship through a sham marriage, Marco Senghor, the owner of the restaurant and dance club Bissap Baobab, was instead today handed one year’s probation and a $1,000 fine.
“I’m very happy with the verdict,” said a misty-eyed Senghor outside the courtroom at the U.S. District Courthouse at 450 Golden Gate, surrounded by friends and family.Read More