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The Tenderloin People’s Garden was supposed to be one of the beneficiaries of a tax break in April that benefitted Twitter. But the original community agreement ended up on the cutting-room floor. For more photos see Nina Frazier’s blog, Loin Life
Nina Frazier is a journalist who writes, reports and lives in the Tenderloin area. She covers issues in the Tenderloin on Loin Life (www.loinlife.wordpress.com) a blog dedicated to the neighborhood she started for a journalism class at San Francisco State University. Previously, she has reported for the San Mateo County Times and Salon.com. She has experience in photography, video, audio and multimedia production. Follow her on Twitter @NinaFrazier.
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