Assault and robbery on Capp and 24th.
Residents move out at the end of the month. By DEIA DE BRITO, ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH and LOLA CHAVEZ
The art space marks its grand opening Saturday with a block party.
Hundreds of acres of waterfront development, with maps! En Español
A new politicized front that goes by the name of COBRA - the Condominium Owners Builders and Remodelers Association - is fomented by eviction protection measures. En Español
Leave the Pants at Home The 6th Annual Valentine’s Day Underwear party kicks off tonight at the Knockout. Billed as the “best semi-nude dance party” one can only hope that it kicks off nearly as much blogger debate as Debaser. Also with significantly more clothing (we hope), former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri is playing a free...
Eastern Neighborhoods residents don’t support option for developers. En Español
Prices can't be beat at 555 Bartlett, and first-time home buyers have been quick to go to contract. En Español
Should UCSF's development land be expanded, should 16th Street be engineered to go underground, and other development questions. En Español
More study requested on the impacts of a proposed 16-unit building where Spork currently stands. En Español
Over at Streetsblog. More on the proposed development here.
IDEX's decision to, in 1989, move their headquarters next to a janitorial supply store on Valencia Street was, says executive director Rajasvini Bhansali, a more strategic move than it initially seems.
The band Revolt was halfway through its set at the 16th and Mission plaza on Saturday afternoon when the lead singer announced the next song, ‘Dissent,’ which is about displacement. The trio smashed power chords, pressed keyboard strokes, and banged drums, but the the speaker for the vocals went out and no one could hear the lyrics. That disconnect turned into the perfect...
Cranes and construction crews have become a common feature of many a Mission corner these days. But for as many projects currently under construction, there are about half a dozen working their way through the planning process. We’ve done a fair amount of reporting on these projects throughout the years, and thought it’s high time to write a handy guide of...
When it comes to designing the future face of the Mission’s main thoroughfare, there’s one thing lots of people can agree on: they don’t want another Valencia street. What residents who packed a conference room late last week at the Women’s Building do want for Mission Street includes everything from the practical – more bike parking, more sidewalk space, more restrooms at BART stations – to broader...