The Mission District may be several miles from the ocean, but this evening the Save the Waves Film Festival will bring the two together with a handful of short films on subjects loosely themed around...
What the Mission District lacked in rich people, it made up for in gas stations.
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The guest points at the empanadas. "Also bug," Yau says, firmly. The guest points hopefully to the rounds of cheese, neatly arranged around a sliced baguette. "No bug," says Yau. En Español
Some wonder if the new technology will work. En Español
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In the Hall is a new policy/politics blog by Rigoberto Hernandez.
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A day in the life of Mission's biggest recycling center. En Español
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Cheers to Helene, jeers to new convicted felon (and former Mission doctor) Jose Rosas.