It’s 7 a.m, 49° and headed to 63°. We’re back to the lovely warm weather we have now grown accustomed to. Details for the next ten days are here.
Tonight is the opening night for a three night literary festival, Donde Esta Mi Gente/Where Are my People? organized by Baruch Porras-Hernandez, formerly of the Magic Theater and the lead curator for the Queer Open Mike. The effort, as the Chronicle writes, came after the poet’s experience at the Galeria de La Raza and one of the evenings will be there. Tonight’s kick off with San Francisco Poet Laureate Alejandro Murgia is at Books Inc., 2275 Market St., S.F. Read more about the festival here.
Also drop into MAPP – the Mission Arts and Performance Project – an evening of performance at more than a dozen locations tonight in the Mission. Get your background and maps here.
And, as you probably read in one of our posts Friday, Tartine Bakery will expand and open a new spot at the Heath Ceramics, reports SF Eater. That won’t happen immediately so if you want to try something new, you might head up to Bernal Heights and try the tea at the Chamalyn Tea Lounge.
Finally, intense from Daryl Dorko.
Enjoy the day!