An old Teco says goodbye to his partner of 40 years

Rita Bernadette Cunningham Serravalli Howard, who despite her small stature was feisty as hell, died…

Honoring legacy of Mexican Museum founder

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Helen Chavez dies at 88

Helen Chavez, the wife of Cesar Chavez, was surrounded by family at San Joaquin Community…

Silvia Mamacoatl Parra: Beloved ‘artivist’ remembered

One of the leading lights of the Latino community flickered out on Sunday, Dec. 13,…

Peruvian immigrant’s journey from dishwasher to Bay Area restaurateur

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Bayview’s first yoga studio welcomes low-income youth, seniors

TriFusion Yoga—the first and only yoga studio in the Bayview—offers free classes to low-income youth and seniors.

Native American activist goes out fighting

A dedicated activist who attended numerous marches and demonstrations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Frankie Rivera died on Aug. 29 of brain cancer. He was 38.

Beloved ‘translatina’ activist remembered

Jovana Luna, long-time Mission resident and transgender rights advocate died unexpectedly on Sunday, Aug. 16. She was 39. Her cause of death is unknown as of press time. Luna was a vital figure in creating and expanding the Mission-based translatina organization, El/La.

Pillar of Mission Latino community dies unexpectedly

Rosario Anaya, the long-time executive director of the Mission Language and Vocational School (MLVS), died Wednesday morning, Aug. 5, 2015 of cancer.

Parks of the Mission Part 2: Garfield Square

Throughout the Spring of 2015, students enrolled in the Journalism 575 Community Media class at San Francisco State University worked on a semester-long project in conjunction with El Tecolote titled “Growing up in The Mission.” The class was spearheaded by journalism professor Jon Funabiki, executive director of Renaissance Journalism at SF State.