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Photograph of the week: San Francisco at night

San Francisco is a vibrant city that, despite its growth, remains a city of neighborhoods. Whether it’s the museums of SoMa, the nightclubs of the Mission District or North Beach shopping, there’s an endless list of things to see, do and eat. Show More Summary

Tendernob condo in historic Belgravia asks $1.4 million

Rare offering inside Sutter Street gem While some may dream of life inside a Mission District Victorian, a Sunset District Rousseau, or a Diamond Heights Eichler, a few denizens, your editor included, fantasize about living on Sutter...Show More Summary

Sunset residents try to entice Chariot out west

Proposed route would connect west side to SoMa Chariot, the private bus outfit owned by Ford Motor Company, mostly sticks to neighborhoods like SoMa, the Mission, and the Financial District. Now Sunset residents would like for the company...Show More Summary

Man found badly burned in Mission dies from injuries, police investigating

A man found badly burned in San Francisco’s Mission District Tuesday died from his injuries, police said. The coroner’s office on Wednesday identified the man as Renato Fernandez, a 58-year-old San Francisco resident. Investigators have yet to determine how Fernandez was burned so badly. Show More Summary

SF settles lawsuit with family of Guatemalan shot to death by police in 2015

The family of a man shot to death by San Francisco police in the Mission District in 2015 has settled a federal lawsuit against the city. The suit, filed by the parents of Guatemalan immigrant Amilcar Perez-Lopez, alleged that eyewitness...Show More Summary

San Francisco SPCA uses a robot to chase away homeless people, because cruelty to humans is just fine

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals bought a "security robot" to harass homeless people at its Mission District offices, a move that the city has banned and threatened $1,000/day fines for. (more…)

S.F. SPCA Temporarily Retires Security Robots at City’s Request

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets :

The San Francisco SPCA has been ordered by the city to stop using security robots to clear the area near its Mission District offices of homeless people. Last month, the local chapter of […] The post S.F. SPCA Temporarily Retires Security Robots at City’s Request appeared first on

The SPCA’s use of a security robot signals a hellish future for our cities

Last week, The San Francisco chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) was ordered by the city to stop using a security robot outside its office in the Mission District to clear the area of vagrants and homeless people. Show More Summary

Fire at senior apartment building in SF’s Mission District injures 3

Three people were injured Thursday afternoon when a fire broke out on the seventh floor of an apartment building for senior citizens in the Mission District of San Francisco, officials said. The fire was reported about 1:20 p.m. at 1855...Show More Summary

Mission Viejo council sets aside $100,000 for investigation into need for district elections

MISSION VIEJO — Current and former City Council members argued Tuesday, Nov. 28 that the city doesn’t need district-based elections, saying it has a history of Latino representation on the council and that the Latino population is evenly spread throughout the city. After the discussion at the second of five required hearings on a potential […]

2 men stabbed in SF’s Mission District; 1 fighting for his life

An argument involving five men in the Mission District of San Francisco led to two of them being hospitalized with stab wounds, one of whom was in life-threatening condition, police said Tuesday. The bloodshed occurred about 6:20 p.m. Show More Summary

Private Entrance: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District firetrap. San Francisco, California." 4x5 acetate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Peephole Cinema in San Francisco, California

Hidden in an alley in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District lies a literal hole in the wall theater. Peeking inside the small peephole reveals a cinema that plays a constant stream of silent film vignettes. Those willing to crouch down and crane their necks to peer into the small hole will be rewarded with an endless loop of short films. Show More Summary

Eighteen: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District. San Francisco, California." Medium format negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Lucky Street: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District, San Francisco. Rent twenty to twenty-two dollars a month for three or four rooms." Medium format acetate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Major Drug Bust On Argyle, Five People Still Sought On Warrants (Updated)

Good news! The 20th District announced that it has arrested and charged eight people with felonies in "Argyle Takedown," a narcotics enforcement mission. In a statement, the district said that the operation was initiated due to community...Show More Summary

The smallest, cutest home on the market asks $540K

It's only 363 square feet, but it's big on charm This tucked-away home in the Mission District is the smallest detached house on the market right now. Today this charming abode returns to the market. Featuring one bath, a fold-down/Murphy bed, and 363 square feet, the property sits behind a three-unit condo building at 444 14th Street. Show More Summary

Lyft, Uber drivers ‘out of control’ in Mission District bike lanes

San Francisco lawmaker wants ride-hailing companies to police where their drivers stray Supervisor Hillary Ronen, whose district includes the Mission, says that Lyft and Uber are driving her and her staff crazy by crowding bike lanes...Show More Summary

The Mission’s New Kitava Kitchen Hopes to Become the Go-To Place for Healthy Eating, Catering to Special Diets

Adherents of The Paleo Diet, AIP, GAPS, vegetarians and vegans and others avoiding gluten and dairy, rejoice! Kitava Kitchen has opened in a former McDonald's in San Francisco's Mission district, replacing fast food with clean food.

The Many Questions We Have About This List of America’s Coolest Neighborhoods

San Francisco can lay claim to two of the three coolest neighborhoods in the country, with the Mission District taking top honors and tiny Jackson Square nabbing the No. 3 spot. READ MORE »

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