For weeks Mission residents have dropped their questions off for Ms. Teriosa at 3135 24th St., a storefront taken over by the public art project created by  Kelly Ording and Jetro Martinez.

In a series, What We Want to Know, Mission Loc@l has followed Ms. Teriosa’s  answers to inquiries of love, life and concerns about the 2012 Mayan prophesy of doomsday. Last week, Ording and Martinez answered some questions about Ms. Teriosa.

Ms. Teriosa profile, fortune teller, appereared in Mission Local in January 2010

Imagining a Fortune Teller:

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Rosa Ramirez grew up listening to stories about her father and uncles migrating from a small rural town in Mexico to work in the garment district in Los Angeles. Now, as a reporter for Mission Loc@l, Rosa enjoys telling the stories of immigrants from Latin America and other parts of the world who are making San Francisco their new home.
Her beat is San Francisco City College and higher education.
Before coming to UC Berkeley, Rosa worked for various news organizations across the country including Hispanic Link News Service, Birmingham Post-Herald, Rocky Mountain News and Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Rosa, who speaks Spanish and Portuguese, graduated from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

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