Photo by Carrie Breinholt

It is 7 a.m., 56° and headed to 79°. Details for today and the next ten days are here.

The Mission was once known as a place where the opposition to the Central American Wars ruled, but while those wars have long ago ended, it remains a neighborhood of activists interested in issues beyond the United States and Mission Local found one of them walking into a store. 

Well, what many in the Mission already knew, FiveThirtyEight figured out statistically—La Taqueria has America’s best burrito.  I have to say there are a lot of people in this house who would vote for Papalote’s burritos, but as readers here know, La Taqueria has the Mission’s perfect tacos. 

Writer Chris Colin invites you into his home for dinner, writes the Bernalwood. 

SF Weekly writes about the SFMTA’s new blog, Moving SF. 

And We Built This City caught a clown juggling at 24th and Mission Streets. 

Enjoy the day!

Lydia Chávez

I’ve been a Mission resident since 1998 and a professor at Berkeley’s J-school since 1990. My earlier career was at The New York Times working for the business, foreign and city desks. As an old...

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