CAFE LA BOHEME 6 A.M. Good Morning Mission District. 61° F.
Park Renovation Interrogation
So what is going on with the Dolores Park renovation? After a month of conflicting and partial information, local denizens will have a chance to get some straight answers from the Parks Department. The first public meeting on the upcoming Dolores Park renovation project will be next week, March 3, from 6-8 p.m. at the Dolores Park Church. “Enhanced interrogation techniques” will be prohibited unless you have a letter from John Yoo. For more information, see Dolores Park View.
Bike Heist Foiled
Mission Mission reader Anna K. checks in with the story of a failed bike heist foiled by Anna herself. If you lost a bike near 20th and Lexington Sunday morning, check out Anna’s story or call the cops at 415 252 1426.
$5 Sandwich Discovered on 24th
Missionloc@l continues to hear many good things about the new sandwich shop at 24th and Hampshire, Dagwoods and Scoops. Haven’t tried it yet, but local gossip sez the ice cream comes from Mitchell’s and the sandwiches, including vegan and veggie as well as standard pork loin, etc., are a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Hey Mom, It’s The New Blonde!
Reporting a trend that has thus far escaped missionloc@l’s own intrepid fashion-mongers, Nova Scotia’s Chronicle Herald reports on the trendiness of grey hair among high school students and 20-somethings. The story features missionloc@l’s neighbor, Ally Kurn from Curl Up on Dye on 18th and Treat. After all, says Kurn, now a brunette, “anyone can get their hair coloured pink.” Not everybody, Ally.
Dead Man Walking
Last year legendary anarcho-journalist John Ross visited the Mission during a book tour. Writing now in Counterpunch, he gives his impressions of pre-apocalypse America from that tour. Despite being interviewed by missionloc@l’s delightful Bridget Huber, Ross found today’s Mission somewhat grim. Perhaps if the Zapatistas take over the roofotop at Medjool . . .
Senegal at Night
Tired of having to fly to Dakar for rum infused drinks after 10 p.m.? Good news from Little Senegal (19th and Mission). Reportedly on the way out, rumor now has it that the original Bissap Baobab will remain open, becoming a late night lounge featuring small plates, specialty drinks and visits by the Mission’s steet eats.