Stories about Fillmore

Lit: A reluctant sleuth searches for the heart of SF

PI Bill Haywood can't keep his shoes tied -- but he is redefining the Black detective genre. An interview with author John Goins

BEST OF THE BAY 2016: FOOD AND DRINK WINNERS

Our readers' picks for Best Burrito, Best Sushi, Best Cafe, Best Cocktails, Best Romantic Restaurant, Best Sports Bar, and more

The battle for Midtown: A community housing struggle

A unique housing complex in the Western Addition faces a rent strike, a city takeover, and an uncertain future

The real housing record of London Breed

The D5 supervisor says she's supporting affordable housing, but her history is much more mixed

Mamas fight for justice for their African sons

After months of community protests, marches, and demands, an arrest in made in a quadruple homicide in the Western Addition

The Agenda, June 27-July 4: Why Kim really won, helping victims of the Mission fire …

... a Google bus survey, saving a 99-year-old's home and more: we look at the week ahead

Day IV of Hunger Strike: ‘There’s just so much love’

The protest outside the Mission police station continues; 'Mayor Lee figures he'll ignore us until one of us dies.'

Seriously? Evicting a 99-year-old?

This is how bad things are getting: Iris Canada could lose her home of more than 60 years, despite a lifetime lease

The Mission, noir — with some ugly history and real life today

A remarkable movie links a case of deadly arson from the 1970s to displacement in the Mission today

No Suhr, No Sir!

Perhaps the killing of Mario Woods and countless other people of color by police is a need, a craving, an addiction to uphold white supremacy