Stories about Mission District

Art Looks: Science in Surrealism, banned authors, 22 years of Counterpulse, gender nonconforming kiddos, Flor y Canto Literary Festival

By Caitlin Donohue Walk down 24th Street tonight and you won't get far without running into a poet. Local businesses will be full of readings by...

A new twist on the Mission moratorium

Wiener and Farrell want an economic report, which makes little sense on a 45-day interim-controls issue. But the other huge question is how many...

The Agenda, April 27-May 3: Dancing for the Mission and an odd Tenderloin project

An early chance to get involved in the giant Mission District March on City Hall -- and is "naturally affordable" housing for real? By Tim...

Elbo Room elbowed out

Beloved Mission club will close in November to make way for condos. By Marke B.  APRIL 23, 2015 -- The owners of storied Mission hangout Elbo Room...

SF Democrats roll over for Lee and the cops

Democratic County Central Committee endorses the mayor before we even know who else is running -- and shoots down a modest police-reform measure By Tim...

Prosperity, poverty, and really bad planning

You may not have heard of the Economic Prosperity Strategy -- but it's an alarming, dangerous proposal that could impact the future of San...

Keep watch at Crossroads, new visions await

Cinematheque's treasured annual festival brings more than 50 experimental filmmakers to Victoria Theatre's screen, April 10-12.   By Jesse Hawthorne Ficks SCREEN GRABS My first exposure to...

48 Hills’ top 10 news stories in March

Lots of Mission action, clubs vs. condos, a Bernal Heights eviction, sex worker fight, and more -- a list of our most popular news...

Cops who killed Alex Nieto guilty in “people’s trial”

There will be no formal charges, since the district attorney cleared the four officers. But a street theater protest determined otherwise By Lisa Geduldig MARCH 25,...

Affordable housing built in the Mission: Less than 7 percent

A community that needs more low-cost housing is getting exactly what it doesn't need By Tim Redmond MARCH 17, 2015 – Only 7 percent of the...