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Less than zero

Sep 17, 2019
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The man at the center of "The Last Black Man in San Francisco"

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Jun 12, 2019
In a new film called, "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" Jimmie Fails plays a fictionalized version of himself.
Jimmie Fails stars in A24's "The Last Black Man in San Francisco."
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My Economy

My Economy: Starting a small business in Echo Park

by Marketplace Staff Apr 5, 2019
Maurice Harris wanted to open a coffee shop when he saw his neighborhood changing. The process wasn't easy.
Maurice Harris is the owner of Bloom & Plume Coffee in Echo Park in Los Angeles, California.
Sean McHenry/Marketplace

People gentrifying NYC neighborhoods have a lot of complaints

by Kai Ryssdal and Phoebe Unterman Jul 2, 2018
A new data analysis shows correlation between 311 calls, changing demographics and property values in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Congregating on the stoop, depicted in this photograph taken in 1955, has been part of life for immigrant communities in New York for a long time.
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As developers eye valuable mobile park home land, some residents have found a way to fight back

by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch May 4, 2018
Mobile homes are one of the last vestiges of affordable home ownership in the Seattle area, but mobile homeowners are being pushed out by skyrocketing real estate values.
Next-door neighbors and Duvall Riverside Village homeowners Stephanie Rosevear (L) and Danelle Knapp (R) return home from a walk.
Anna Boiko-Weyrauch for Marketplace

As neighborhoods gentrify, how do you help residents stay in place?

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 27, 2017
Atlanta tax fund seeks to prevent displacement of residents as neighborhood changes.
Cities looking to stop displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods often try to protect longtime homeowners from rising property taxes. John Ahmann, head of a nonprofit in Atlanta, stands in the English Avenue neighborhood, where homeowners will receive property tax relief next year.
Stephannie Stokes/ for Marketplace

How an LA community is fighting back against gentrification

by Aaron Schrank Sep 28, 2017
Eastside Café, a treasured El Sereno center, stopped its building's sale with a bid of its own.
The Eastside Café in Los Angeles doesn't sell coffee yet, but it's hosted community events and classes for 15 years.
Aaron Schrank/Marketplace
Way of life

In Los Angeles, mariachi musicians fight gentrification to keep tradition alive

by Robert Garrova Sep 15, 2017
In the Boyle Heights neighborhood of LA, mariachis struggle to pay rent near a plaza named for them.
Mariachi Plaza and the larger Boyle Heights neighborhood have become the focal point for gentrification in Los Angeles. 
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The Big Book

Building bridges and fighting division in small town America

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Sep 5, 2017
Folk musician Dar Williams talks about her new book, "What I Found in a Thousand Towns."
 Williamsport, Pennsylvania on July 2017.
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The decline in laundromats shows how US cities are changing

by Kai Ryssdal, Emily Henderson, and Sean McHenry Aug 8, 2017
Once an urban staple, the businesses are decreasing as developers transform neighborhoods. But people still depend on them.
A woman empties a washing machine in a laundromat. 
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Detroit's chief storyteller says it's time to talk to about neighborhoods that persevered

by Kai Ryssdal and Paulina Velasco Jul 24, 2017
Aaron Foley says there are "680,000 stories waiting to be told. Not all of them come from downtown."
Aaron Foley says he heard about the Detroit race riots at home, and “hardly anybody wanted to really go in depth and talk about.” Above, a group of men in Detroit construct a barricade to keep their street safe during the 1967 riots.
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