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  1. Accused serial burglar arrested in the MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | Mission Local

    The San Francisco Police Department last Tuesday arrested a man suspected of burglarizing scores of thousands of dollars worth of valuables from slew of businesses throughout the city. Andrew Sholler, 28, was apprehended early in the morning on the 100 block of Julian Avenue, near Mission Dolores, and is suspected of committing 15 burglaries throughout San Francisco from the beginning of April through June.


  2. One of SF Mission's first muralists diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 27 | Mission Local

    Anthony "Tony" Machado, the artist who helped create some of the Mission's most defining murals, passed away in Atlanta, Georgia on June 7, at the home of his daughter and grandchildren. He was 63 years old.


  3. Local Pet Shop Pushed Out as Internet Shoppers Move InRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 25 | Mission Local

    Mission Critter, which has helped the neighborhood hand pick the best pet foods and products for the Mission's furry friends for the last five years, will close at the end of the month. That's according to Tim Costigan, who owns and operates the store at 2959 Mission Street near 25th Street.


  4. Pride Weekend: Dolores Park is central, but here are some staff recommendations for foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Mission Local

    Most people go there for the pie, but try the walnut scones and the vegan stew. The latter makes you feel oddly virtuous, even if you eat a piece of pie.


  5. Legendary SF Mission record promoter turns to tech at 70Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Mission Local

    Ralph Tashjian, a former radio promoter, has seen some shit - good shit, bad shit - well, just all of it. He's seen, and done, -esque amounts of cocaine.


  6. After 14 years, SF's Little Paper Planes to closeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2018 | Mission Local

    Little Paper Planes, among the most "Instagram-able" boutiques on Valencia Street, will be closed by July after five years on the corridor and more than a decade online. Sales have declined in the last two years, and Jones said she is ready to turn the page.


  7. Gang injunctions grilled by Board of Supervisors panelRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | Mission Local

    There are 53 people remaining on San Francisco's four gang injunctions - down from 139 since the City Attorney began reviewing the program this year in response to mounting pressure. But, in an appearance yesterday before skeptical members of a Board of Supervisors committee, Deputy City Attorney Yvonne Mere firmly opposed scrapping the program altogether.


  8. Neighborhood notes: Triple shooting on Treat leaves man dead, two victims sent hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2018 | Mission Local

    The San Francisco Police Department is investigating a triple shooting that occurred on the 1400 block of Treat Avenue. The shooting occurred at 3:20 p.m. near Cesar Chavez Street.


  9. Grisly dismemberment homicide jolts 14th Street neighborsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Mission Local

    Police on June 2 discovered decomposing remains of a dismembered body at this 14th Street home. Photograph by Abraham Rodriguez.


  10. Ongoing coverage of the June 5 mayoral electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2018 | Mission Local

    In, perhaps, the perfect analogy for San Francisco in 2018, voters residing in the heart of the Mission can cast their ballots at LaundrA , the sparsely decorated, upscale cafe and laundromat. Tattooed baristas whip up $2.70 cups of coffee and $15 vegan rice bowls a few feet away from voters hunched over in their booths, hacking away at the city's oversize ballots.


  11. Despite owner's best efforts, SF's Mission De Flores quietly shuttersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2018 | Mission Local

    Mission De Flores, a flower shop whose storefront at 22nd and Folsom usually bursting with colorful bouquets, is now empty. Its owner, Steven Rubenfaer, confirmed that the business, including its online sales, has "totally closed down" but declined to comment further.


  12. Homeland security agents raid apartment on SF's Mission St.Read the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2018 | Mission Local

    Some 10 federal agents descended on an apartment building between Mission Street between 18th and 19th on Thursday morning to execute a federal search warrant and placed one Latino named Brian into custody. The Homeland Security Investigations agents, outfitted in bulletproof vests, repeatedly said it was "not an immigration matter" and there were no collateral arrests - meaning, no undocumented residents were taken into custody during the arrests of the suspect.


  13. Mission activists renounce Alioto's calls for repealing sanctuary city rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2018 | Mission Local

    With about two dozen people present, a coalition of activists from the Mission district held a last minute press conference at 24th Street BART station to condemn plans by mayoral candidate Angela Alioto to repeal the city's blanket sanctuary status for immigrants. The gathering happened on Friday afternoon, a day after Alioto made the plans public.


  14. Neighborhood notes: An award, a Dollar Store, Superior Auto, a fundraiser and a cleaner MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Mission Local

    The California Teachers Association awarded Mission Local with the John Swett Award for Media Excellence for Joe Eskenazi's story, " Eskenazi's story takes a close look at the guerrilla tactics that Innovate Public Schools, a charter school system, uses to garner support for itself in the community. The Mission Economic Development Agency has filed a discretionary review for a project at 2100 Mission and 17th streets., now the site of the One Dollar Store.


  15. Neighborhood Notes: Off Top, Planning Imposters, and Victorian gets a makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2018 | Mission Local

    The Mission-based cap designer Off Top is growing fast - so much that it is finally getting its own space on the corner of 19th and Mission streets on June 1. Co-owner Armando Ramirez, 29, said the move will allow the one-year-old cap embroidery business to focus on its own branding. Right now, he shares a space with a hair salon on Mission Street, closer to 20th.


  16. Nicaraguans return to Sandino Plaza in the Mission to oust Sandinista leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2018 | Mission Local

    So many protests against U.S. involvement in Nicaragua took place at the 24th Street BART station in the late 1970s and 1980s that it became known as Plaza Sandino. Once again, Nicaraguans will return to the plaza on Saturday - this time to call for the ouster of President Daniel Ortega, a leader who was one of the revolutionaries that in 1979 overthrew the dictatorship of General Anastasio Somoza.


  17. So Long, Schmidt's: Restaurant closing on high note amid rent hikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2018 | Mission Local

    In little less than a month, Schmidt's, the restaurant at the corner of Folsom and 20th streets that has served German food with a uniquely American spin since 2009, will be closing for good. But more than sadness about the May 27 closing, the restaurant's owners say they feel a weight coming off.


  18. Mission Education Center clashes with SFUSD's efforts to put a charter school at its campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2018 | Mission Local

    Parents, teachers, school board candidates, and labor union representatives said Thursday afternoon at a protest at the Mission Education Center that they would not mind sharing space with some charter schools, but opposed the district's decision to place the for-profit Kipp in six of its 13 classrooms at 1670 Noe St. "There are some great charter schools out there," said Alida Fisher, a member of the San Francisco Unified School District's Community Advisory Committee for Special Education who is also a candidate for board of education.


  19. Small businesses feel the squeeze on Mission StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2018 | Mission Local

    Take a stroll along Mission Street and you'll see two sides of the ever-changing city: the family-owned, brick-and-mortar stores that go back decades, and the new-school minimalist design of the more recently opened shops. No matter their tenure, nearly all of the 59 active businesses along the two blocks between 21st and 23rd streets on Mission Street are trying to bring in the young tech crowd that has moved into the neighborhood during the past decade.


  20. Mission history: bars of long agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2018 | Mission Local

    This week, we will be exploring some of the watering holes of The Mission that are no more - what they were, where they stood and what is there today. During the early 1900s, 2162 Mission Street, which now houses Young's Cleaners & Alterations, was home to The Mayfield saloon.


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