Stories about Mission District

Who gets affordable housing?

Supes tackle complicated, confusing issue as Breed seeks neighborhood preference By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 17, 2015 – The supervisors will tackle today a really tricky question...

Lee avoids tough questions in mayoral debate

The challengers did the best they could, but a weak format allowed Lee to duck any criticism of his record By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 9, 2015...
48 Hills Big Week: Litquake 2015

BIG WEEK: What to do Oct. 7-13, 2015

Litquake, Shocktoberfest, Sandcastle Contest, Decompression, Latin Legends, Ocean Beach Fest, Indigenous Powwow, Youngblood Brass Band, more essential events. By Marke B.  BIG WEEK The vast tsunami of...

A Millennial’s view of housing in SF

A native sees the city go from the absurd to the insane By Lia Azul Salaverry OCTOBER 5, 2015 -- To say I am a Bay...

New SF political group launches with fall election focus

VisionSF seeks to bring volunteers out for the key housing measure on the November ballot By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 3, 2015 – A new political group...

The problem with the Mission Moratorium report

City's economist misses a few key points in his analysis of the impacts of the Mission Moratorium By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 -- The Chronicle...

Which side are you on?

It might have been confusing in an early era of San Francisco. It's not any more -- not when  some entitled people want the...

The developers are nervous about the Mission Moratorium

A crazy letter from a leading local developer, and a poll showing Prop. I leading, demonstrates how worried the industry is about a possible...

Could the city buy out the Monster in the Mission?

Now that the project is in trouble, some say it's time to use city money to turn the 16th and Mission site into affordable...
48 Hills: Community Music Center, Sean Jones

Pick up your horn and blow!

Housed in a stunning Mission Edwardian for 94 years, Community Music Center continues to bring music to the masses. ALL EARS "Take up a musical instrument....