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Posts Tagged ‘Mission District’

The Mission District is bad for your health

12/28/2013

Hospitalization rates for COPD are six times higher in the Mission than in the Outer Mission.

Mission lands crowd-funded gun buyback

7/31/2013

Buyback participants will get $100 for a gun and $200 for an assault weapon, no questions asked.

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SF Carnaval twirls into trouble

3/19/2013

San Francisco’s famous Mission District Carnaval festival is in jeopardy after facing financial difficulties.

A wayward coyote trapped in a backyard at 18th and Capp is offering investigators few clues on how it ended up in the middle of the Mission.

Five assailants forced their way into a Mission District resident’s home before zapping him with a stun gun and taking his cash.

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The ‘stache behind Tango & Stache

9/7/2012

The man with the moustache rolls out his soul food pop-up Sunday at Asiento in the Mission.

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Foodies flock to SF Street Food Festival

8/16/2012

Despite my love for five-star cuisine, I have a serious love for grub from the side window of a truck.

Woman reports vicious rape in Mission

6/21/2012

A 30-year-old woman has come forward to say she was attacked and raped on 19th and Capp early Monday morning while walking home.

Liquor ban splits Mission District

6/14/2012

Discussions are still fiery and fierce in the Mission where disputes over a 1996 liquor moratorium are dividing the community.

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The ups and downs of a Mission corner

5/15/2012

200 Dolores Street has definitely seen better days. Though it’s an eyesore now, it’s embarking on a transformational makeover.

Liveblog: Community meeting for Mission Rapes

12/14/2011

About 200 people gathered at a community meeting to discuss two violent Mission rapes in the past month with Supervisors Scott Wiener, David Campos and other leaders.

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Messages posted by community groups paint a shocking picture of brutal violence in two separate incidents along 24th Street.