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Today’s Mission

You would think Tuesdays would be slow, but not in the Mission. There’s a classical revolution going on at Revolution Cafe. And experimental prose workshop at ATA. Spanish Club at Modern Times and for those who prefer their entertainment less self-improvement like, there’s Mucho Axe at the Elbow Room and free Karaoke at Amnesia. Phew. Have some fun!

Public School Parent Wants to Talk to Private School Parents

Interesting plea from a public school parent on the SF K files:
I know this would be a contentious topic, but I wonder how some of the private school parents are viewing the disastrous budget cuts and the SFUSD teacher and parent efforts to address the cuts and try and improve the situation. It felt odd to march down Valencia Street on March 4th with the kids at Friends looking curiously at our group through the metal fence“. To respond, go the post here.

Those Mission Bay Mixers Could Get Rowdier
Curbed SF reports that the Warriors could get a Mission Bay Stadium. Wonder if they’ve heard of the good time mixers?

The Bay Area on Health Care
KALW’s Cross Currents has audio on what health care bill means for folks in San Francisco. Not everyone likes it.

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2 Comments

  1. The art sci mixers at UCSF are nothing – you should see the holiday party. Those scientists really know how to alter their mental states.

  2. Tonight at Revolution is Graham Connah.
    Classical Revolution is there on Sundays.
    Happy Tuesday!-

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