el_tecolote: October 2008 Archives

With its walls covered in paintings of revolutionaries and silkscreen works-in-progress draped over drying racks, the HOMEY headquarters feels more like an artist's hang-out than a community center. Kelsey Saunders reports from the Mission District
Everyone has hobbies, but only a few people can turn hobbies into their life-long career. Juan Gonzales did. He started by founding the bi-lingual Latino community newspaper El Tecolote serving the Mission District. Daisy Miao reports from the Mission District.
It may be an exaggeration to say that everyone in the Mission Districtknows Ethel Newlin, a longtime community safety activist and well-known squeaky wheel for quality of life issues, but it certainly seems that way. Beth Renneisen reports from the Mission District.

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