As a bit of follow up to yesterday's news that Barah's Market in the Tenderloin would no longer be selling heroin, oxycontin and crack cocaine, reader Jesse passed along this delightfully jazzy documentary film titled "Sore Spots in the 'hood" by a 66-year-old neighborhood documentarian who goes by MJofSanFran. Observe as MJ describes the kind of deals that go down at 200 Leavenworth, where "$20 on the counter guarantees you can sell drugs inside, outside and hide from the police":

While we can't verify the alleged drug dealers and gang members she identifies in her videos, MJ has been incredibly prolific as a senior citizen filmmaker, posting over 40 mini YouTube documentaries about the Tenderloin in the past couple years.

Previously: Tenderloin Deli No Longer Allowed To Sell Heroin
[Thanks, Jesse!]