By NOAH BUHAYAR A four-hour meeting of the Board of Supervisor’s Land Use Committee came to a climax Monday afternoon, as elected officials grilled city planners on their proposal to increase the number of affordable family homes in the Mission District. “I think you’re gentrifying the neighborhood,” said Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval, referring to the suggested rezoning of Mission Street between...
Javier Hernandez is crouched beneath a lamppost at the corner of Mission and Cesar Chavez Streets, hiding from the unusually hot 10 a.m. sun by squeezing his body into the thin sliver of shade. He’s been sitting like this for two hours already, moving as the shade moves, waiting for a car to pass by and offer him a job....
They want to stay in the neighborhood, but with feces on the doorstep and their lock jammed, someone wants them out.
Scrambling to stay afloat.
The new Valencia Gardens is nothing like the old.
By NOAH BUHAYAR The drama continues at 871 Capp Street.
The economy slides and life for the the Mission District's poor becomes more difficult.
A 60-year-old grandmother confers with her lawyer and decides she will leave Bernal Dwellings.
Go Mission High Bears!
Is buying a home in the Mission wishful thinking?
More hikes, less service, unhappy riders. By SHALWAH EVANS AND AMANDA MARTINEZ
Tenants hand over signatures today. By BETTY BASTIDAS
Tenants win big, but only until the veto. By SHALWAH EVANS
The construction boom's end means immigrant workers have less money to eat out and taquerias need anglos to survive. By BETTY BASTIDAS
Randy Shaw's book talk on Cesar Chavez canceled as protesters gather. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH