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  1. 129-year-old St. Charles Borromeo School to close in MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SFGate

    After 129 years in operation in the Mission, St. Charles Borromeo School at 3250 18th St. will suspend operations in June, citing low enrollment and an inability to meet an expensive construction budget for outstanding seismic retrofit work. "There has been a steady declination over the last five years and it's been really dramatic over the last three years," said Michael Brown, a spokesperson for the Archdiocese of San Francisco.


  2. St. Charles Borromeo School, Long a Part of SF Mission History, Will CloseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Mission Local

    ... to adjust to a new school, new classes and new friends next year." But enrollment challenges aren't unique to the Mission District Catholic school. St. Charles' sister schools are also grappling with a shrinking student body, according to Brown. ...


  3. Machete-wielding assailant attack, rob victim in San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KRON 4

    A 42-year-old man was able to walk to the hospital Tuesday night in San Francisco's Inner Mission District after having been attacked with a machete and robbed by at least four people, police said. At about 9:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of a robbery near the corner of Harrison and Cesar Chavez streets, according to police.


  4. To Preserve Zeitgeist Patio Sunshine, Planning Commission Cuts 5 Feet Off Neighboring DevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sfist

    After employees of Zeitgeist saw analysis of a 28-unit development project across Valencia Street at 198 Valencia that indicated the development would cast a shadow on parts of its popular patio beer garden at peak hours, the bar initiated a review of the 198 Valencia project with the Planning Commission in December . While various reports in the meantime have pointed to Zeitgeist winning or losing that fight, eventually the bar struck a compromise with the developer to cut the ceiling height for the development's ground floor retail space from 15 feet to 10 feet.


  5. Here's what's closed on Presidents DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheDenverChannel

    MAY 01: An American flag is seen next to a closed sign on a business in the Mission District as thousands closed their businesses to protest for immigrant rights May 1, 2006 in San Francisco, California. Immigrants and their supporters around the nation are rallying together through marches and demonstrations, along with boycotting work and spending, in a consolidated effort to show their importance throughout American society as the ongoing political debate on immigration reform continues.


  6. Q&A: Politico Mark Leno on his beloved adopted cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SFGate

    Each week we ask a San Franciscan 10 questions to get a unique perspective on the city. Q. Are you definitely, 100 percent, for sure running for Mayor of San Francisco? ML : I am 100 percent sure that I will be running for Mayor of San Francisco in 2019 - as sure as I am that Hillary won the popular vote by nearly 3 million votes, that 3-5 million fraudulent votes were not cast and that this new president is a dangerous liar.


  7. Zeitgeist bar wins decision and preserves sunshine on its patioRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | SFGate

    Partisans of the Mission District's famous Zeitgeist Beer Garden won a victory Thursday when the Planning Commission voted to shave five feet off a proposed condominium building that critics said would have blocked some of the precious sunshine that makes the bar's backyard one of San Francisco's most popular al fresco drinking spots. The five-story, 28-unit condo development at 198 Valencia St., currently the site of an automobile oil changing shop, will likely cut the ceiling height in the ground floor retail space from 15 feet to 10 feet to conform to the commission's decision.


  8. Last Call at California Bars Could be 4 am Under Proposed LawRead the original story

    Thursday | The Oak Ridge Observer

    ... Miami, New Orleans, and Atlanta, which all permit drinking past 2am. However, for locations like SoMa and the Mission district, it might make more sense to extend the last call to promote business and appeal to tourists. It's so foreign to the ...


  9. Dozens of Mission District Stores Shutter on A Day Without ImmigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mission Local

    While most stores in the Mission District remained open Thursday, dozens made it clear on handmade signs taped to shuttered storefronts that they were willing to forgo profits for a day to show support for the immigrant community. The closings were part of a nationwide protest, A Day Without Immigrants, meant to underscore the importance of the country's more than 40 million foreign-born residents who represent more than 13 percent of the population.


  10. JPFO Breaks New Legal Ground , Confirms Private Right To Sell FirearmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | AmmoLand

    SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - - The noted civil-rights group Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, , has filed an amicus brief supporting a gun-store owner who has been blocked in California from opening an important new shop.


  11. Revamped Day Laborer Center to Provide More Support to Immigrant WorkersRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 16 | Mission Local

    Some 40 people gathered on a sliver of sidewalk outside of the Immigrant Worker Power Center at 3358 Cesar Chavez St. to celebrate the center's reopening following heavy renovations Thursday morning. The center has served as a hub for organizing work in the workers and immigrant rights movements and as a vocational training facility, and houses the 25-year-old collective of immigrant workers known as the San Francisco Day Laborer Program and Women's Collective.


  12. Tent Residents Booted Without Notice Or Shelter, in Violation of City OrdinanceRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Mission Local

    Despite a city ordinance that gives homeless campers 24 hours to move and mandates that they be connected with a shelter alternative, police maintain the right to move encampments at their own discretion. Two long-term homeless encampments that existed just a street apart from each other have been cleared since Sunday, one by police in a virtual sweep and the other by city homeless agencies in a three-week resolution process that included finding an alternative for the campers.


  13. 100 Years of Lou: Other Minds Honors Composer Lou Harrison In StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | KQED

    ... by violinist Shalini Vijayan and the - William Winant Percussion Group, and 1972's "La Koro Sutro" featuring the Mission Dolores Choir, Resound, organist Jerome Lenk, harpist Meredith Clark, and the William Winant Percussion Group. "He was always a ...


  14. San Francisco's best pizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Sunset Magazine

    What's special: This is the sweetest little restaurant in all of San Francisco, with just four wooden tables inside, a scattering of sidewalk seats, and blankets for bundling up in the fog while you wait beneath a tree strung with white lights. Pizzetta 211 has left people swooning since 1999-long before artisanal pizza was the trend that it is today.


  15. Nightlife could last longer under bill from Scott WienerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | SFGate

    ... tourist destinations. It will also help communities decide what is best for them, because what works in the Mission or Union Square - areas with a high concentration of bars and restaurants - may not work for more residential areas like the Sunset ...


  16. Supes approve Shotwell senior housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | SFBay

    The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously backed an affordable senior housing project in the Mission District, rejecting an appeal filed by neighbors who argued the nine-story building was too tall and would contribute to crime and blight in the neighborhood. The 94-unit project at 1296 Shotwell St., which will replace a one-story industrial building, will house low-income seniors with incomes of less than $38,000, and includes 20 units designated for formerly homeless seniors.


  17. SF supervisors OK first affordable building with extra heightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | SFGate

    San Francisco supervisors unanimously approved a nine-story building to house low-income seniors in the Mission District on Tuesday, rejecting an appeal by some neighborhood residents who criticized the project as being too tall, for lacking any parking spaces and being out of character with the neighborhood. The project at 1296 Shotwell Street is the first to take advantage of legislation by Supervisor Katy Tang passed last year that allows 100 percent affordable housing projects in San Francisco to have three extra stories.


  18. Meet the Rebuilds, who have taken the Democratic Party's future into their own hands.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Mother Jones

    Protestors pass at the Capitol at the Women's March on Washington in January. Organizers have used Trump protests to recruit members for new groups such as Sister District.


  19. Philz Coffee opens in EncinitasFebruary 12, 2017Read the original story

    Sunday Feb 12 | The Coast News

    ... his first blend, company Spokeswoman Angi Ramos said. The story goes that Phil Jaber ran a corner store in the Mission District and got the idea to create the perfect cup of coffee. Seven years later, he accomplished it with a blend he called ...


  20. All About Events Winner of the 2016 California Wedding Day Best...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | PRWeb

    All About Events beat out more than 70 competitors to take the top slot for California Wedding Day's 2016 competition among event vendors in the Central Coast region, which stretches from Monterey in the north to Ventura in the south. Steven Herring has made it the business of All About Events to insure that whatever your occasion, they will bring the best to the table.


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