Maria Fuentes’ room is dark and the curtains are drawn. A portrait of Jesus overlooks the prone 94-year-old’s bed, and the stacked cardboard boxes holding the remaining possessions of a family uncertain where it will next turn. “No me gusta esta casa,” she tells me — I don’t like this house. Back in El Salvador, she continues, things were different....
There will be yoga, mimes, massages and bikes but no cars on Mission’s main roadways today for Sunday Streets, a recurring event put on by the City of San Francisco to encourage healthy living. The 2.2 mile L-shaped route from Duboce Avenue and 24th Street to Hampshire and 24th will have many attractions and is expected to draw over 50,000...
Does art make a difference to the people who stroll by 24th and Hampshire every day?
The street artist Swoon sends the Mission a New Orleans beauty.
Suspects also puts a newspaper to use.
Residents weigh in on projects designed to improve Mission District streetscapes. By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Tom Morrison can only guess why more than 5,900 vehicles are stolen in San Francisco every year. But he does know where a few of them show up: his block.