SFPD's Media Relations unit runs the Twitter handle @SFPDBikeTheft where they post and receive tweets on stolen bikes. It serves as a place to log stolen bikes and place to post photos of crimes in progress. Residents are tweeting about bike theft on a daily basis.

Twitter Helps Combat Local Bike Theft

| By Heidi Smith | Bikes vanish in San Francisco at an alarming rate — one bike is stolen every three hours. The city estimates more than $4.6 million worth […]

Argentum Project Coffee hosts the Reynaldo Cayetano Jr. Inks of Truth for the 2 Blocks of Art walk on 6th Street.

2 Blocks of Art

  | Photos by Jessica Webb | The 6th annual 2 Blocks of Art exhibition hit the streets on September 16, painting Mid-Market’s inner corridor with local culture. The event featured […]

Mayor Ed Lee was on hand at The Hall on Market Street Aug. 9 for a job fair geared toward the local community. "This is the center of the city," Lee said. The event the was the second of its kind this summer and drew more attendees than the first in early July.

Mid-Market Businesses Promote Jobs for Locals

| By Ted Andersen | Getting a new job isn’t easy, and even amid a thriving technology industry in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood, a stark disconnect persists between an underserved […]

Make it Funky DJs Michael Fortune and Mohit Kohli, who live in SF's Inner Richmond.

Who Are the Hottest Bay Area Musicians?

Local Acts Flood Outside Lands | By Ted Andersen | Is your music playlist in need of a jumpstart? If you quietly nodded your head yes then this year’s Outside Lands music festival […]

Yolanda Morrissette stands on Rev. Cecil Williams Way, a street named after Glide’s co-founder.

Drugs, Homelessness and Recovery

Stories from the Glide community | Video by Jennifer Glenfield | | By Tony Taylor | It’s really hard to live on the street. It’s a level of difficulty one […]

Homelessness in Mid-Market

Ministering to the Forgotten | By Kyle Ludowitz | Sauntering down the streets of the Tenderloin at 2 a.m. wearing a clerical collar, Rev. Lyle Beckman doesn’t want to give […]

A Dying City for Artists?

Mass Eviction in Mid-Market Stokes SF’s Identity Crisis | By Ted Andersen | Tony Breaux isn’t scared of death. A Harlem native born on the 4th of July, the 78-year-old […]

A Code for Employment

Program offers job training, placement in Mid-Market | By Tony Taylor | In an effort to clean up what he calls the “creative economy” of the Tenderloin streets, former-addict-turned-entrepreneur Del […]