Valencia Street designer and small business owner Dema Grim sticks it out during increasingly tough economic times.
Today’s oh shit story across the nation is the 62,000 (and rising) jobs cut in the U.S. and around the world. While these are national statistics for large firms, does anyone know of any local Mission businesses cutting employees? This raging economic storm, however, doesn’t seem to affect American Apparel, which apparently remains determined to open a store at 988...
Is there room on Valencia for American Apparel? By Julie Johnson
Valencia Street church El Santo de Israel will continue its unusual mode of worship even as its doors close. By ANRICA DEB
As the fight over American Apparel's proposed Valencia site continues, Campos remains silent. By NICHOLAS KUSNETZ
Click here to find out. By JULIE JOHNSON and LYDIA CHÁVEZ
Customers have been coming into Lucca Ravioli Company at 22nd and Valencia streets since 1919.
The Los Angeles-based chain is already talking about subletting. By JULIE JOHNSON
The City Art Gallery is having an Erotic Art Exhibition until Feb. 28. Don't miss it! This video is rated PG-13. Some material may not be suitable for children. By MARNETTE FEDERIS and STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
We already know they don’t love American Apparel. But what does Valencia Street love?
Shootings, budget cuts and art exhibits. Happy Valentine's Day!
The day that we were reckoned.
American Apparel raised the debate on Valencia's empty storefronts. Mission Loc@l takes a look at what's behind each one. By NICHOLAS KUSNETZ
Goodbye Suriya, hello McSweeney's sale!
Where tradition meets uber-hip. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH