Every day, Enrique Ramirez bikes from his Hunters Point home to Mutiny Radio and Café in the Mission to work 13-hour shifts, seven days a week, mostly without pay. Ramirez owns the café side of...
Is money and a cash box involved?
Zombies and the Satanic Church - Christmas weekend in the Mission.
Seven-piece Honeycomb tries to create a trans-Bay music scene.
It’s cold. And it’s going to get colder tomorrow night, possibly dropping below freezing. Makes me wish I had heat. Why not try to warm up with some soup, then? The Kristin Hoppe, aka the...
Mission-based Pirate Cat Radio responds to $10K FCC fine by going off air, but does broadcast radio matter in the Internet age?
For a moment there, San Francisco considered commuting via Ark.
Urban Burger, Haus open. Five of six propositions fail.
By SHALWAH EVANS I was at Pirate Cat Café on Florida Street in the Mission District, San Francisco covering election day hype for missionlocal.org, and fighting back my own tears and hysterical laughter as people...
Pirate Cat radio broadcasting live from Pirate Cat Cafe. People are getting on the mic live to express their views and reactions to the election. So far most are Barack Obama supporters.
First the place, then the voices. Listen to the young and political talk size-up the debate.