For the last 10 years, Paulo Acosta Cabezas, a San Francisco resident who owns the the Mamá Art Cafe in the Excelsior and the Cara y Cabezas Contemporary Gallery in Kansas City, has been going to the Havana Biennial Art Exhibition....
Spanning three decades in the Mission District, prominent San Francisco artist and curator René Yañez, who seeded and grew the annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration into a citywide event, is in the process of...
When most people think about sewer systems, they’re likely to envision unsightly industrial facilities like pump stations and treatment plants. But in several San Francisco neighborhoods, including the Mission District, public debate is focusing increasingly...
A couple’s dream of sharing stories from their Latin American homeland is on the program at this year’s Lit Quake. “Radio Ambulante,” or “Traveling Radio,” will host an evening of live bilingual storytelling at the...
Poets and artists who participated in the Mission District-based Nicaraguan Solidarity Movement of the 1970s reunited at the Mission Cultural Center on Thursday night.
El Tecolote's 40th anniversary exhibit celebrates the past, present and future of the Mission through photography. En Español
Beautiful new fence coming our way. LGBT conference.
A sneak preview of "Two-Four Homegirls, Circa 1980" that opens tonight at the Mission Cultural Center. En Español
Friends and family gathered at the Mission Cultural Center to watch Papalote's owners, Miguel and Victor Escobedo, take on Bobby Flay on the Food Network's Burrito Throwdown. En Español
The acclaimed writer reads from his new novel at Modern Times on Thursday and The Mission Cultural Center on Friday.
Saturday December 12 @ 2:30pm $5 End of Semester Show capoeira, tango, and more!
Saturday December 5 @ 11am $5 Holiday card making workshop in the MCCLA Lobby Bring supplies!
Friday December 4 @ 10am/free public welcome Monthly CBO Meeting with Supervisor David Campos