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Good Morning Mission!

It’s 7 a.m., 55° and headed to 62°. Details for the next ten days are here. Viola Buitoni, a Mission resident now visiting her family in Italy, writes about eating spaghetti with fresh anchovies, cherry tomatoes and arugula. Sounds like a good day to find fresh anchovies or a good-looking chef. Pasta comforts while we watch BART officials negotiate to...

MUNI Mash-up!

CAFE LA BOHEME 6 A.M.  Good Morning Mission District!  53 °, clear, partly cloudy with showers predicted for the P.M. $10K Scholarships for College-Bound Students 826 Valencia is at it again: our flame, our hope, our conscience in grim times.  This year the neighborhood writers’ incubator will award four scholarships for high school graduates or graduating seniors, demonstrating financial need,...

Fried what?

Keeping public restrooms open vs. safety. Based on the reported sexual assault of a 17-year-old girl in a restroom in Garfield Square, park and rec officials are considering redeploying staff to high-crime areas, reports City Insider. The “Through Their Lens” feature on CALIBER not only brings us this lovely photo of a couple in Dolores Park, but the photographer this...

Photos, Fires, Rocks.

Yesterday, reporter Vanessa Carr‘s holiday-tinted Sunday Mission Walk was interrupted by a two-alarm fire on 26th Street. Thanks to her work, and local photographers Lori Engels and Geoffrey King, we managed to put together a slideshow of pictures from the fire. Meanwhile, Allan Hough is finally back at Mission Mission (thankfully, rumors of his blogging death had been greatly exaggerated)...

10.22.09

Just as it announced a plan to cut 100 positions from its newsroom, The New York Times has sprouted a sapling in the Bay: the new Bay Area Blog. Launched yesterday, the blog serves as the online companion to the Times’ week-old Bay Area section, a two-page spread to appear twice weekly in print. Its first spread got quite a...