Added Hernan from the Mission SRO Collaborative: “If BIPOC in low-income communities aren’t in the decision-making process, if their needs are not considered, then inclusion is just tokenism.”
The city’s Budget and Finance Committee on Wednesday heard a proposal by Supervisor Rafael Mandleman to offer temporary shelter for every unhoused person in San Francisco that elicited dozens of […]
“There’s so many taquerias in the city, and they all do burritos,” Jose Mendoza said. “No one really focuses on the taco thing.”
Lo and behold, I’ve discovered Milk SF is officially a queer-friendly nitro-latte cafe — and what’s more appealing to the old softie in me, is it’s a true labor of love. Co-owners Katey “Scoots” McKee and Sharon Ratton met in 2019, quickly fell in love, dreamt up this very cafe, and are now engaged. The entire engagement, actually, was focused on Milk SF.
The Castro Upper Market Community Benefit District, a collective of residents and business owners, held a meeting Tuesday night to gather input on a proposed camera program. If enacted, the […]
Beware! According to Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, “monster homes” are encroaching Dolores Heights. Hide the kids!
Apparently, May is Affordable Housing Month. (It has a hashtag and everything!) Maybe that’s why all of a sudden several cheap housing options are making progress lately. Here are two projects that are trending this week.
Conditional use: getting rid of 20,000 pairs of shoes to create a jungle Two summers ago, Naz Khorram was on the cusp of clinching a prime Mission Street spot for […]
He loved it even more after discovering the building’s history through a librarian friend. It once was a mattress store, and serviced rail car parts for the nearby railway. While he’s not 100 percent sure about this, Lamason heard the building was a former car stereo warehouse back in the ‘80s and a bottling plant in the Prohibition era.
“I just decided I wanted to do something about it,” Girling told me. “I can see some kids are going to get killed.”
Though thrilled for the project, Scarabasio felt compelled to warn them that starting a business in the city and applying for all the right permits is no easy task. Still, the family agreed to “do it the legitimate way, which I find commendable,” he chuckled. “I said, ‘We’ll wait for you.’”
The Mission Housing Development Corp. and BRIDGE Housing held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning for the 100 percent affordable building the developers recently completed at 1950 Mission St. La […]
We are reviving our Developments in Development series with regular updates on development news in the Mission. Also check out our Places We Have Lost series, in which we map […]
Hello Readers: Re-opening too soon? More vaccine sites? A stable R number? What about clarity on something important? The Super Duper burger? How did it fare? In other news: Docs […]
Stories for Saturday 1 May 2021 Community Letter: Essential workers and closed Schools: a disproportionate burden for the Latino community We now know that keeping our children in distance learning […]