Just one day before Thanksgiving. But this is San Francisco, so you want to celebrate right.

How about eating a free vegan thanksgiving dinner at Cafe Gratitude? Fun Cheap SF writes about the annual event here.

If that doesn’t strike your fancy, head over to Bruno’s where they have started serving soul food, SF Weekly reports.

Ryan and Katherine, the cooks, used to make their soul food at the Broken Record where they picked up quite the following, Yelp reviews show.

Moving onto more serious matters. Mission Loc@l reporter Bryan Gibel writes about the Board of Supervisors’ vote to allocate $2 million in funding to restore clerical positions in the Department of Public Health,

Looks like the reduction of $5 million wooed the swing vote of Supervisors Sophie Maxwell.

Also at City Hall, reporter Nancy Lopez writes about the hearings on owner move-in evictions.

The Chronicle announced yesterday that they will published selected stories from Panorama, the latest installment of McSweeney’s Quarterly.

Bay Area readers can get a copy of the 300-page publication for $5 on the release day, Dec. 8. After that the price will be $16.

Our very own Mission Loc@l reporter Kimberly Chua will have a story in the issue that profiles the Excelsior District.

Rigoberto Hernandez

Rigoberto Hernandez is a journalism student at San Francisco State University. He has interned at The Oregonian and The Orange County Register, but prefers to report on the Mission District. In his spare...

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