There’s a lot to entertain this weekend:

I’m starting to feel anxious about not getting to the Adobe Bookstore to see Andy Vogt’s show Sustained Decay reviewed here by Hiya Swanhuyser at SFWeekly.

I was so close on Thursday and then forgot.

Tonight there’s Latin Music at the Florida Cafe and the 16th Anniversary Party of Pena del Sur. That’s Florida and 19th. See our audio slide show to get a sense of what this might be like.

Then there’s Heriberto Tito Gonzalez at the Red Poppy at 23rd and Folsom.

On Saturday, there’s a local art show at the Galeria de la Raza and
if this Saturday’s Mission Art and Performance Project is anything like the last one two months ago, you’re in for a good night.

See our audio slide show of the last MAPP here.

It starts at 5 p.m. and goes to midnight and involves 10 to 15 venues. Go to the Red Poppy Cafe at Folsom and 23rd to pick up your map and then enjoy.

Check out our calendar for more details. Updates coming.

Lydia Chávez

I’ve been a Mission resident since 1998 and a professor at Berkeley’s J-school since 1990. My earlier career was at The New York Times working for the business, foreign and city desks. As an old...

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  1. Art show tonight!!! 8pm-whenever
    Bluesix Gallery
    24th and Treat.

    work by:
    Patricia Mera
    Paul French

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