Stories about Foreclosure

48 Hills Streetopia

Dreaming of a new Streetopia

Groundbreaking 2012 arts festival -- which fought Lee's "art washed" gentrification plan -- is revisited with new book and two events, Thu/15 and Fri/16.  By...

Eviction by neglect: Mission tenants forced out of crumbling building

More than 20 people still on the streets months after city calls building "uninhabitable" -- and landlord fights relocation fees By Alexis Terrazas and Tim...

Up against a serial evictor

Fergus O'Sullivan keeps throwing tenants out of their homes. Now some of them are fighting back By Erin McElroy JUNE 30, 2015 -- On Sunday June...

Marcus Books returning to SF as legacy business as indie stores continue their struggle to survive

By Denise Sullivan NOVEMBER 14, 2014 -- It's been said that ghosts haunt the majestic purple Victorian on Fillmore and Post Streets. People who can...

Behind Ferguson’s Unrest: Failed US Policy and the Black-White Housing Gap

By Andre Shashaty Aug. 18, 2014 -- On the surface, the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., was about local police using deadly force on an unarmed...

How sea level rise will impact communities of color

By Ngoc Nguyen EAST PALO ALTO, JUNE 11, 2014. – Thirty-year-old Gustavo Leal remembers the floodwaters reaching the doorstep of his family home in East...

Tom’s Town: Harvey Milk (or Dianne Feinstein) at the airport

By Tom Temprano I managed to squeeze in a rare out-of-states trip to Mexico this past week and found myself doing my finest 6am zombie...