Whole pigs will be butchered.
17 Comments Filed under Business, Food, Front Page
Tagged 20th street, central kitchen, David Steele, David White, flour and water, food, humphry slocombe, jake godby, jane martin, jason henton, josh harris, michael gaines, mission, mission district, parlour, plant sf, salumeria, San Francisco, scott baird, sean vahey, sf, so/ex, southern exposure, thomas mcnaughton, trick dog
Veganize It! is the new column by me, Sabrina Modelle! In it, I will fearlessly veganize some of The Mission’s most popular dishes.
81 Comments Filed under Food, Front Page, Topics
Tagged food, Humphrey Slocombe, humphry slocombe, ice cream, mission, mission district, recipe, recipes, Sabrina Modelle, San Francisco, sf, The Tomato Tart, vegan, veganize it, vegetarian
Sensory enhancement, robotics, free-form fabrication and scaling the Great Chinese firewall with San Francisco's only hacker community. En Español
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Tagged computer, digital, electronic, five minutes of fame, geek, hack, hacker, hacker space, jacob appelbaum, linux, makerbot, mission, mission district, mitch altman, noisebridge, San Francisco, sf, soldering, tv-b-gone
"The people who run our cities don’t understand graffiti because they think nothing has the right to exist unless it makes a profit…. " Banksy En Español
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Tagged banksy, exit through the gift shop, graffiti, mission, mr. brainwash, quotes, San Francisco, self edge, sf, shepard fairey, street art, thierry guetta, time
A lively class of 8th graders at Horace Mann Middle School settles into lessons on American power, privilege and waste.En Español
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Tagged 826 valencia, Garrett McAuliffe, Ghana, horace mann, inclass, middle school, mission, mission district, San Francisco, school, sf, Valerie Barth, world savvy, Yolanda Lopez
With his film premiering here last week, the mysterious artist appears to have left behind a few of his signature stenciled murals.
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Tagged amnesia, anti-establishment, art, banksy, exit through the gift shop, fecal face, Garrett McAuliffe, hypebeast, mission, mission district, mural, San Francisco, sf, sfist, street art, warholian
"Pizza tastes funny to me. So I don't think I'm American," one girl says. En Español
2 Comments Filed under Education, Front Page
Tagged american, culture, education, ethnicity, horace mann, identity, latino, middle school, mission, mission district, nationality, San Francisco, school, sf, world savvy
More people are moving their money away from big banks, providing a boon to smaller financial institutions, including some in the Mission. Tomorrow: Credit Union Invests in Tots to TeensEn Español
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Tagged bank of america, banks, big banks, california reinvestment coalition, credit union, credit unions, economy, financial, Garrett McAuliffe, huffington post, Ivan Barriga, low-income, mission, mission district, Mission National Bank, Mission SF Federal Credit Union, move your money, nonprofit, payday loans, San Francisco, sf, Wells Fargo
Every first Sunday the group meets to discuss and educate people about farming, ecology and nutrition at SoCha Cafe. En Español
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Tagged compost, david caballero, markos major, mind stew, San Francisco, sf, socha cafe, Urban Gardening, veggies
Mission dwellers tell of pranks past and future. En Español
A glimpse of nightlife on a Monday and Tuesday - delirious bingo, shuffleboard and throat singing at the hookah lounge.
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Tagged amnesia, bingo, Garrett McAuliffe, hookah, Makeout Room, night, nightlife, Oz, photo, Photography, Revolution Cafe, San Francisco, sf, shuffleboard, skylark, throat singing
Local architecture and design students set out to map the food shed of a nearby taco truck, following each ingredient from conception to waste.
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Tagged alison sant, aluminum foil, annalise aldrich, california college of the arts, carbon footprint, cca, climate, david fletcher, design, ecology, ecomap, economy, El Tonayense, energy, energy efficiency, esquivel santana, farm, food miles, food production, foodshed, Garrett McAuliffe, global, global warming, gracias madre, greenhouse, john bela, local food, locavore, mapping, mexican food, mission, mission district, rachael yu, rebar, regional, San Francisco, seasonal, sf, studio for urban projects, sustainable, sustainable farming, taco, taco truck, tacoshed, taqueria, Transportation
"All hell's breaking loose," warned Principal Eric Guthertz. En Español
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Tagged budget cuts, day of action, education, Garrett McAuliffe, high school, march 4, mission, mission district, Mission High School, o'connell, protest, San Francisco, sf
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
4 Comments Filed under Food, Front Page, Mission Eyes
Tagged bobby flay, burrito, Garrett McAuliffe, Heather Smith, miguel escobedo, mission, mission cultural center, mission district, mission eyes, papalote, San Francisco, sf, taqueria, throwdown, Victor Escobedo