Chaac-Mool owners Luis Vazquez and Maria de la Luz Vazquez talk to Mission Local about the traditions of Día de los Muertos and share their recipe for pan de muerto: 1 lb. white flour 1 cup...
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Once the polls close, this interactive California graphic will update with real-time election results as Golden State votes are counted. Watch the results roll in beginning at 8 p.m. PST. Find out how Californians cast...
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Cine Latino, one of the Mission’s oldest theaters, may not screen another double feature, but if all goes according to the building owner’s plans, the theater will soon house a restaurant and a gym.
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Good news for jammers, granola mixers and others.
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For: $5,052,577.24. Against: $317,599. En Español.
Parents of low-performing schools aren't prepared to support the shutting down of the schools, one of the four options for low-achieving schools.
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The opening day featured vivid personal testimony about discrimination based on sexual orientation. Prop 8 defenders said marriage channels "the naturally procreative sexual activity of men and women into stable unions.”
California's green image tarnished by recycling program meltdown.
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Hundreds convened at Mission Bay to watch the show.
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New PG&E plan will give rate breaks to high energy users, but efficient customers will pay the price.
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With Day of the Dead and Halloween now behind us, surely many people will get the post-dress-up-like-a-fool-in-public blues. But November has other treats in store. And not just turkey/tofurkey day. That’s right, it’s Movember! Not...
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Crime-solving leeches, the Governator, and more!
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The ACLU claims California DNA collection law violates civil rights.
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High-performing Moscone Elementary School struggles with fewer resources as the state and feds direct money to the low performing.
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