It’s 7 a.m. and 46°, headed to 67°. It’s a going to be a great Friday in the Mission. Get the details here.
The Mexican Museum, which was once housed in the Mission, is a little closer to securing a new permanent location on Mission and Third streets, reports the Examiner. Artist Peter Rodriguez opened the museum in the Mission in 1975 but in 1982 it moved to a temporary location in Fort Mason. The Fort Mason space is not large enough for the museum to display all of its collection.
A motion for a restraining order against the city’s ban on public nudity was denied by District Judge Edward Chen, according to the Chronicle. The restraining order was requested after San Francisco declared a ban on nudity that took effect Feb. 1. A naked rally is set to take place tomorrow on the steps of city hall in response to the the judge’s order.
If you’re looking for an event to kick off your weekend, Precita Eyes is hosting a spring social tonight from 7 to 11 p.m. There will be live music by Si Nosotros as well as interactive arts, participatory mural painting, artists booths and light refreshments. Precita Eyes Mural Arts is at 2981 24th St. at Harrison.