To mark America Recycles Day (yes, that’s a thing and yes, it’s today), Rec and Park announced that the Eco Pop-Up at Dolores Park has been successfully diverting the majority of waste produced in the park away from landfills and will return in spring. The Eco Pop-Up consists of several large recycling, compost and trash dumpsters at the Dolores Street...
Situated in a building that will have witnessed the passing of a century this year, it is no wonder that Driscoll’s Valencia St. Serra Mortuary is in need of a little bit of work. The historic mortuary – which houses four chapels and two reception rooms at 1465 Valencia – was taken over by Dan Duggan and his family in...
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 surfing, the marine environment and conservation. The films range from four to 25 minutes long and are as varied as the ocean itself. Big-wave surfers...
What the Mission District lacked in rich people, it made up for in gas stations.
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
In the Hall is a new policy/politics blog by Rigoberto Hernandez.
A day in the life of Mission's biggest recycling center. En Español
By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Cheers to Helene, jeers to new convicted felon (and former Mission doctor) Jose Rosas.