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13 hrs ago | CBS Local
A lengthy dispute over a proposed housing development in San Francisco's Mission District near the Marsh Theater is coming before the San Francisco Board of Appeals Wednesday evening.
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18 hrs ago | Indybay.org
"SEE THE BREAKING GLASS, BENEATH THE UNDERPASS..." By the end of the 20th century the Mission District was one of the last working class neighborhoods in San Francisco.
21 hrs ago | San Francisco Magazine
Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation announced today that it will celebrate the 10thanniversary of the Hearts in San Francisco project at the Heroes & Hearts Luncheon and Hearts After Dark on Thursday, February 13, 2014 , with twelve new heart designs for the 2014 series.
Valencia Street art space struggles to retain its physical and spiritual existence Sometimes you stumble across places that just feel like home the instant you step across the threshold.
Katie & Brittany are back just in time to review a true holiday classic, Golden Girls Christmas episodes performed live and in drag.
This was the scene on Valencia Street on a recent Sunday: The sun was out. The air was mild.
Savanna Jazz Club On The Market : The Mission Street jazz club is up for sale at $1.74 million, so get in that second line and play 'em out.
In late November, NASA scientists conducted a short ice-surveying mission to Antarctica .
The small 15-person crowd moaned in disappointment at an open mic Sunday night when realtor Carol Luckenbach announced that owner Pascal Bokar put Savanna, the jazz bar and club located at 2937 Mission Street, up for sale for $1.74 million on Friday.
Ukraine's president says he will ask the country's general prosecutor to find a way to release some of the demonstrators who were arrested in recent protests, in a bid to defuse the country's tensions.
The mural artist Juana Alicia said she and her friends have undertaken a fund-raising campaign to restore a Mission Street mural from 1988 that survived until October when a vandal smeared it with paint and tagged it with the word "Toy."
It's that time of year again! The holidays in SF bring bright lights, temporary ice rinks, and politically correct decorations-but that's not all.