A novelty check worth $10,000 was hoisted above the heads of four men on stage Tuesday night at the Castro Theater. The seats in front of them were full of Giants fans who had come...
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Can’t go home for the holiday and have no kitchen of your own? Your Thanksgiving doesn’t have to suck. There are places in the Mission serving traditional Thanksgiving dinners — and maybe even something extra-special...
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Immigrants talk about their twist on the American holiday.
Don't feel like cooking? Eat out.
Two stops in a neighborhood that is full of free food, for those who can show up and wait.
Cooking on deadline? Relax and learn how to make a great turkey here!
Mission High School reporters team up with Mission Loc@l to talk Thanksgiving.
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Recently arrived students at Mission Education Center Elementary School sing, dress up like turkeys and learn America's quintessential myth. Click on the headline to read their stories.
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It’s official, holiday season is in full swing! The city is teeming with bubbles, baubles, bunnies and elves. Check out the events listing below, as well as SFKids’ copious holiday events flyer and best bets...
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Consumers look to their kitchens for a bite to eat.
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“Food brings out the best in people” said tenant William Gantt.
View what the children have to say.