Good Morning Mission!

It’s 7:10 a.m. and 55º. It’s going to be partly cloudy, with temperatures going up to 66º.

Today’s the day to honor those who have left us. A Day of the Dead procession is scheduled for tonight, starting at 7 p.m. The SF Examiner reports that one of the altars at Garfield Square will be for a man who was killed at the Embarcadero BART station last weekend in an apparent suicide.

Paul Addis, 42, of San Francisco was killed when he apparently jumped in front of a westbound train in the station at 7:48 p.m. last Saturday, authorities said.

His longtime friend Amacker Bullwinkle, a Palo Alto artist, said a larger memorial is in the works for December, but on Friday his group of friends — comprised of cutting-edge, alternative Bay Area artists — are creating altars for Addis at Garfield Park in San Francisco’s Mission District.

In food news, Grubstreet brings us the news that MAU, which opened recently on Valencia Street, is now called MAU Viet Kitchen after a change in chefs. And last on the menu this morning is a warning for all soy drinkers who like to go to Four Barrel: the cafe will stop serving soy milk because the owner says that soy isn’t that good for you. Instead they’ll serve almond milk.

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