Good Morning Mission!

It’s 7:21 a.m, 51° and headed to 56° and we’re officially back to winter weather. Details for the next 10 days are here.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the car service apps are going to great lengths to attract drivers. Uber, the story reports, put company reps in as passengers of a competing company and then offered the driver a $500 signing bonus and a bigger cut of the profits.

Here’s another opportunity to get some neighborhood history. That bakery you love on Valencia called Arizmendi, has deep roots in Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto, writes SF Weekly. Hope you saw the link to our history posting yesterday on Pacos Tacos and McDonald’s. If not, catch up here. 

And Mission denizen Michael Nolan finds secret messages in Bernal’s names. See if you can guess this one — Moultrie — before clicking here to get to Bernalwood. 

Possibilities

8 p.m. Things to do before moving out of the Mission? Oddball Cinema 275 Capp Street. Tonight’s screenings are on the Weird Weird West. Call or email: RSVP@oddballfilm.com or (415) 558-8117 for reservations.

We are making what we hope will be vast improvements in our calendar listings, but until then, we are sending you to SF Weekly for tonight’s happenings in the Mission.

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2 Comments

    • John

      Looks expensive for commercial rent at first sight, but compared to downtown or SOMA, it’s a snip.

      NEMIZ is perfectly configured for high-value knowledge work use and I’d expect to see more deals like this as well.

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