Drag queens, contortionists, restauranteurs, tech moguls, mariachi bands, politicians and at least one strange goat man gathered Thursday night to celebrate the restaurant Foreign Cinema’s 15 years of operation. Dubbed the “Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera,” the...
Ding, dong, prohibition was dead on December 5, 1933. Shortly after, Denis McCarthy, an Irish immigrant from County Cork living in San Francisco, was one of the first businessmen to begin legally serving alcohol —...
On Saturday night, Mission Local attended “Our Mission: No Evictions!” — a fundraiser for Mission icons Rene Yañez and Yolanda Lopez, who are being evicted from the home they have lived in for 35 years.
Mission Local reporter Heather Mack checks out the performances at “Color of My Spirit,” a show that the Community United Against Violence puts on every year at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts. The...
Wise Sons Deli's hours are odd for the moment. It reopens Tuesday at 10 a.m.
SOMArts celebrated the opening of Illuminations: Día de Los Muertos 2011. The exhibit, curated by René and Rio Yañez, runs through Nov. 5.
If you're curious about cocktails, this is the week for you. San Francisco Cocktail Week started on Monday with a party at the Anchor Steam brewery.
Mission Eyes took a field trip downtown to see our multimedia editor's new photography show on sex-trafficking.En Español
Friends and family gathered at the Mission Cultural Center to watch Papalote's owners, Miguel and Victor Escobedo, take on Bobby Flay on the Food Network's Burrito Throwdown. En Español
A bosomy Captain America, Batman in a ball gown and other artistic explorations of superheroes and the human body as an object of sexuality and consumption.
The Viracocha Creation Factory opens @ 21st and Valencia En Español
Mission Loc@l visits the new Wine Bar at 24th and Valencia. En Español
The Mexican Museum opens it's first exhibit at Fort Mason since 2006.