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Once a big player on Mission Street, a clothing store prepares to shut its doors

It announces the store’s closing, but the bright yellow banner hanging in front of House of Jeans could easily be seen as another sign: that Mission Street is shifting from a district of bargain and produce stores catering to Latinos and the working class to a play land for the well-heeled. A little over three […]

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Valencia art gallery closes down

ArtZone 461 Gallery on Valencia Street is in the final day of its closing sale today, although the business won’t technically go dark until the end of the month. There is still lots of art, antiques, furniture and collectibles available if you’re on the hunt for such things. Gallery Director Steven Lopez said Artzone, which […]

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A light at the intersection of 16th and Capp streets

If you consider crossing 16th Street at Capp a test of bravery, this should come as good news. The city has begun installing a traffic light at the intersection, one of 24 Vision Zero projects aimed at eliminating all traffic deaths in San Francisco by 2024. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency spokeswoman Kristen Holland said the intersection is […]

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