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 […]
Clinic Run by, for Sex Workers May Lose Lease
By Chloe Lessard In early fall of 2015, St. James Infirmary announced that their building, located right around the corner from Twitter at 1372 Mission St., was up for sale and […]
City Seeks To Beautify Turk and Taylor with Outdoor Art
Turk Street between Mason and Taylor will be the site of an outdoor art installation by a city-commissioned artist chosen in early 2016. The area is currently a hotbed of […]
Displaced Renters Tell Their Stories
By Ted Andersen Dozens of residents, many artists of rent-controlled units at 1049-1067 Market St. have been embroiled in an eviction fight since 2013 that has come to involve […]