By JUDITH JOFFE-BLOCK As the mother of a District 9 candidate in the supervisor’s race, Clara Quezada knows who is getting her vote. But when it comes to the presidential election, the choice is more complicated. Quezada, who came to this country from Guatemala as a child, hoped to vote for the contender who would grant amnesty for all undocumented...
By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
City College designers vie for the best designed window. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
The construction boom's end means immigrant workers have less money to eat out and taquerias need anglos to survive. By BETTY BASTIDAS
International football comes to the Mission District. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH.
As immigration drops and unemployment rises, music stops. By LILY MIHALIK
The popular music store closure surprises both customers and business owners.
Music magnate looks to cell phones to supplement his ailing record stores. By LILY MIHALIK
The Ritmo Latino sign goes for one last ride down Mission Street.
Beautiful day, ugly news.
A new partnership aims to bring accuracy to federal data on immigrant population.
Latinos honored at City Hall; Mayor Gavin Newsom doesn't make it.
Residents learn what's important if the Big One strikes.
Mission Street reflects the growing demand for prepaid phones -- particularly among Latinos.
Missionites and other SF residents want a better chance of securing admission to City College's licensed nursing program.