Will our clothes turn to rags and our cars into bikes when the clock strikes 12:01 tomorrow morning and we enter the next fiscal year broke?

Already lost one slipper? Me too–both.  But we all have to find some extra change ’cause we’ll need it to get to work on the Muni or BART.

But, look at this this way, at least you’re not a certain Mission Loc@l reporter who will spend the first 24-hours of the New Fiscal Year riding the 14 Mission.

If you’re simply at home browsing Craigslist for jobs, catch the piece on old theater’s at Burrito Justice, a longish post he apologizes at the end, but well worth the read. Great photos too.

And sure, everyone had their Pride Weekend audio slideshow, but Shalwah Evans used her time to offer a more intimate look at District 9 Supervisor David Campos.

More later, it’s way too early to call it a day.

And, before I forget, we’re moving our request that you contribute to our empty storefront series down because we want to move other things up so please do contribute.  We only have to raise $522 more dollars. Click here to go to our pitch.

We’ve raised $978.00 thanks to David Cohn, the spot.us team and all our wonderful donors including Tanja Aitamurto, A.B. Daniel Egnor, Ariel Vardi, Mark Rabine, Masahiko Hayasaka, Antony Brydon, Francisco Barradas, and Megan Casey.  Thank you. It’s so wonderful to get your support.

Lydia Chávez

I’ve been a Mission resident since 1998 and a professor at Berkeley’s J-school until 2019. I got my start in newspapers at the Albuquerque Tribune in the city where I was born and raised. The Tribune...

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