Lincoln Mitchell

The Clement Street Farmers Market is popular among residents in the Richmond. (Clara Mokri/New York Times)

San Francisco’s many “15-minute” neighborhoods

Why The City is an urban planner’s dream

The Clement Street Farmers Market is popular among residents in the Richmond. (Clara Mokri/New York Times)
<strong>Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers grimaces as a team trainer examines his left leg after Robinson wrenched his knee in the second inning against the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds in Manhattan on May 26, 1956. The Dodgers beat the Giants 6-0, in spite of Robinson’s injury costing him half a game.<ins> (Carl T. Gossett Jr./New York Times)</ins>

Giants vs. Dodgers: A history of baseball’s best rivalry

‘Real San Franciscans are taught to hate the Dodgers from a very young age’

<strong>Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers grimaces as a team trainer examines his left leg after Robinson wrenched his knee in the second inning against the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds in Manhattan on May 26, 1956. The Dodgers beat the Giants 6-0, in spite of Robinson’s injury costing him half a game.<ins> (Carl T. Gossett Jr./New York Times)</ins>
Phillip Burton, pictured in 1972, was a pivotal force in San Francisco politics for almost 40 years.<ins> (Wikimedia Commons)</ins>

A San Francisco politics origin story: The Burton Machine

A change is afoot in The City, but perhaps nothing like 1963-64

Phillip Burton, pictured in 1972, was a pivotal force in San Francisco politics for almost 40 years.<ins> (Wikimedia Commons)</ins>