The Mission was bumping last night, what with LitCrawl, So/Ex’s block party and DocFest. Hope you had fun!

Today, religion reporter Nina Goodby takes us inside Cafe Gratitude’s workshop on sacred commerce. Meanwhile, Bryan Gibel has a look at some unlikely muses: lunch ladies.

SF Food Wars, those hyper-competitive cooks who brought us the mac-and-cheese battle, are back today with a cupcake clash at the Stable Cafe. Tickets are long gone, but ML ‘s fearless food writer will be there, and she’ll bring you back a full report.

Do your wheels need an upgrade? Today, buy, sell and trade all things bike-related at Sports Basement’s bike swap, a benefit for SF Bike Coalition.

And, tune into Pirate Cat Radio at 8 p.m. for an interview with Paul Bertolino, drummer of Persephone’s Bees.

Here’s a rundown on the films at SF DocFest, which is on at the Roxie, as Veronica Moscoso reported yesterday.

And if you didn’t get to Trolley Dance yesterday, it’s on for today, too. Tours leave every 45 minutes from the Hidalgo statue at Dolores Park from 11 on.