Mid-Market / Tenderloin


Aaron Peskin Talks Tenderloin

Posted April 26, 2016 by

Aaron Peskin, whose return to the Board of Supervisors has rejuvenated San Francisco politics, speaks at noon at the Tenderloin Museum on Monday May 2nd as part of the museum’s Lunch Time Speaker Series. The Series was inaugurated by an
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Spring Break Road Sign with Dramatic Clouds and Sky

Beyond Chron Spring Break

Posted April 6, 2016 by

Today starts Beyond Chron’s annual spring break. We resume publishing on April 25. In the meantime, we encourage readers to use our search box to uncover stories you never got time to read or missed when they were published.
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Jane Kim Talks Tenderloin

Posted March 22, 2016 by

On April 4 at noon, District Six Supervisor Jane Kim will discuss her nearly six years representing the Tenderloin in a noontime benefit for the Tenderloin Museum. This is a great opportunity to hear Kim’s insights on the Tenderloin, on
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Sidewalk Wisdom in the Tenderloin

Posted March 21, 2016 by Mary Jessup

Walking is a wonderful way to feel, and love my body. Strolling is a way to be in touch with my soul. Walking helps me think. Walking is fun, and the sidewalks are educational. As a City hiker, I love
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A Tenderloin Story: The Window Washer

Posted March 15, 2016 by Mary Jessup

I live in San Francisco in the Tenderloin neighborhood. The area has an awful reputation, and some people are afraid of the Tenderloin. But when you live in the Tenderloin, you realize its radiance. This little story is about the
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Shorenstein project with existing offices in foreground

Key Tenderloin Project Faces Vote

Posted March 14, 2016 by

On Thursday, March 17, the San Francisco Planning Commission  considers the most positive private housing development project proposed for the Tenderloin in decades: a 300-unit rental project at Golden Gate and Jones to be developed by the site’s longtime owners,
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