A new generation of activists is fighting to clean up the Tenderloin. The neighborhoods churches are standing in their way. Whose side are the angels on?
By Peter Jamison Transporting a collection of books, records and periodicals that purportedly surpasses 1 million volumes is no small feat. Imagine doing so on a litter-strewn block in one of the city's worst neighborhoods, dodging local toughs and zig-zagging wheelchairs at every step, and you'v ... More >>
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation Evicts SF Booklovers' 'Institution' By Peter Jamison In a section of the Tenderloin just off Market Street and 5th, where check-cashing outfits and strip clubs give way to desolate, garbage-littered streets, is the kind of store that San Franciscans ... More >>
A: What the state does to the families of people who die while poor
Letters from November 15, 2000
New homeless shelter proposal splits neighborhood
Bless Me Father, For I Have Driven