First things first. We made a visit to the Tonayense truck today, and you can see in addition to the kickass new paint job they unraveled a few months ago, they’re now certified delicious, quality and healthy. Guaranteed.

There are a couple of days left till New Year’s Eve, and we’ve compiled this handy list of ways to not have a lame night. I just want to know which party is hosting the Tonayense truck.

What’s more, Muni’s offering free rides (can’t you get on free anyway?), running extra owl service and keeping some metro lines open until 4am.

While we’re in the holiday spirit, Bikes and the City posted this photo rundown of this year’s Christmas Light Ride. Lots of Mission shots, and bike light limbo! Link.

For those of you (ware)house hunting, Chicken John’s warehouse near Cesar Chavez and Mission streets is available, to the tune of $899,000. There’s a roof deck and hot tub, and according to the post, the “property potentially might work for an architect, artist, cabinetmaker, plumber or contractor.” Or really, with a roof deck and hot tub, anybody with $899,000 to lay down. Did I mention the mural?

If anyone needs a job, Rigo Hernandez snapped this photo of a help wanted sign outside the Sherwin Williams store at 2021 Folsom St. Some driving required, applications due by Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday, ODC Dance Commons is hosting the 30th birthday party for its Rhythm and Motion Dance Program, with an all day dance party. The schedule is below:

10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm: 30-min Intro R&M Dance Workout Class
10:30am-12pm Modern Rhythms Master Class
12-1:30pm Fusion Rhythms Master Class
Global Classes in Salsa, Afro-Brazilian, Mexican Folkloric, Tribal Belly Dance and more offered throughout the day.

5:30pm Reception
7pm Performance by Rhythm and Motion Dance Teachers
9pm-12am DJ Dance Party

Last, looks like there’s a new restaurant opening, Tuba on 22nd and Guerrero. They’ll be offering up Mediterranean food. Bit of a strange name, but sounds yummy nonetheless.

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Armand is a photojournalism and multimedia student at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and is originally from Baton Rouge, La. His work history includes being a paper pusher in Los Angeles and a youth program coordinator in Ramallah, and is currently a student editor at Mission Local, which means he gets to read a lot of news and tell people what to do.

He also waits for the day when bacon and buffalo sauce combine on one plate.

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