It was a Sunday morning at 9:51 a.m. when a fire broke out in a stairwell and moved swiftly through the three-story building at the corner of Duboce and Valencia Streets, injuring one tenant, damaging...
12 Comments Filed under Disaster relief, Featured, Front Page, Housing, Mobile, Today's Mission, Trouble
Tagged Baha'i Center of San Francisco, community, duboce street fire, fire, red cross, valencia street
At the beginning of Thursday night’s performance at the Mission Cultural Center, audience members were asked to raise their hands if they were immigrants or the children or grandchildren of immigrants. Nearly every hand in...
Gold burritos, googly-eyed Queen Elizabeth, lovelorn songs and the bathrooms of strangers.
Filed under Art, Front Page, Photography
Tagged area 24, area 28881, Carl Pisaturo, community, enrique chagoya, galeria de la raza, L's Cafe, MAPP, million fishes, pathos on harrison, red poppy art house
Se inagura poste en la calle de Valencia, una obra del artista Michael Arcega.
Free classes, b-girls, magical mystery bus tour and more!
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Tagged Akasegawa Gempei, anthem salgado, Architecture, asian american, B-girl, bright river, CCSF, community, curiosities for kids, Daniel Velazquez, ehren reed, El Salvador, Elizabeth Dell, Emily Dell, hey kids, indian classical music, kearny street workshop, Lady Jules, matanza, MCCLA, mercedes sosa, Mission Library, Mission Parents, Nancy Gapasin Gnass, parks, paxton gate, reptiles, Robin Sukhadia, roxie theater, sangati center, spanish, thomassons, urban lit, Womens Building, writercorps
Comunidad San Dimas works to keep incarcerated Mission youth from returning to gang life.
2 Comments Filed under Front Page, Religion
Tagged 24th street, Agustin Dionicio, Angel Miguel Serrano, Bible, Catholic, city college, community, Comunidad San Dimas, detention center, ecumenical, gang, God, Half Moon Bay, Innerchange, Jack Isaacs, Juan Carlos Esteban, Julio Escobar, juveliles, Juvenile Justice Center, Log Cabin Ranch, ministers, ministry, mission district, Mission Dolores, missionary, Nate Bacon, norteno, Potrero Avenue, San Dimas, St. Peter's Church, stereotypes, Sureno, Tattoos, volunteers, Woodside Avenue, youth
Our religion reporter spent a Saturday learning about Café Gratitude's sacred commerce philosophy.
7 Comments Filed under Business, Front Page, Religion
Tagged beingness, business, cafe gratitude, community, East Bay Church of Religious Science, east bay express, gracias madre, Landmark Forum, sacred commerce, spirituality, workshop