During San Francisco's first dot-com boom, the Ansel Adams Center, an acclaimed photography space on Fourth Street between Howard and Folsom, had its rent skyrocket, forcing it to shut down in 2001. The current dot-com re-boom, which has paralleled a faltering economy, has had a similar cascading effect: In December, the Museum of Craft and Folk Art, on Yerba Buena Lane, closed its doors after 30 years, putting much of the blame on "sustainability in the current... More >>>