Taco trucks in L.A. have joined in the fight for immigration reform by donating a portion of their profits to help movement.  But LA?   Really?   El Tonayense, que dice?

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Is Mission Mission becoming a food blog? Having reported that Mission Street Food met it’s initial fundraising goal for opening its nonprofit Commonwealth, they now say that Delfina‘s Craig Stoll will expand his empire to Valencia where Ramblas now stands.

Earlier Today

National Be Kind to Lawyers Day

Of course, they’ll bill you for it.

6 A.M. 50°, feels a lot colder, but clear and due to warm up, a tad.

Not Your Abuelo’s Summer School

No summer school in the Mission? Then head south. Renowned Mission performance artist Guillermo Gomez-Peña (above) leads La Pocha Nostra to Oaxaca for their annual International Summer Intensive workshop extravaganza.

“Bleakest Urban Area in the City”

Andrew Ross probably didn’t realize his mini-diatribe on Cesar Chavez Street would ignite so much cyber-passion. We expected the Bard of La Lengua and Mission Mission to weigh in, but SFist, CurbedSF and their minions? Even better, the SFGate readers.

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