In this week’s rundown of business and real estate news: Oh my God, is it Thanksgiving yet?!?!

Answer: Nope. (But, happy birthday Bjork!)

Also, answers to other questions such as: Is the housing market still insane?

Answer: Yes, but…

Content Creators

This week, everybody is getting into the glossy storytelling game. Even the typically staid, bureaucratic Planning Department is ready for its close up. Look at those graphics!!

Get a load of what Airbnb is serving up with gobs of marshmallows, coconut, sour cream, pro-sharing rhetoric and advertorials.

Also, TechCrunch gets all earnest about housing with this cute indie doc.

A Confederacy of Noodles

The South shall rise again—and with it a longtime Latino bar falls. Old Devil Moon will bring craft beer and Southern hospitality to the Bernal Heights bar which will shortly no longer be known as La Terraza. SFist has the rundown.

Capp Street Crap reports that Palacio Latino will soon be saying goodbye because their landlord won’t be renewing their lease.

Is it just me or are good ole’ whiskey cocktails and fattening BBQ ribs taking over the Mission? Is it the reigning cuisine of the day? Well, it’s got competition. The dawn of the Planet of the Ramen is upon us. Hapa Ramen will be opening soon says Inside Scoop.

Amber Dhara is officially kaput. Oakland-favorite Hawker Fare has eyes on the ginormous Valencia location. Inside Scoop continues to scoop.

Oh, the Attic you foul-smelling memory of days gone by. MissionMission has got a look at your gutted insides.

Fashion Icons

Are you ready to turn your life around, MTV’s Bad Girls Club is casting!

RIP Marian B. Brown. May you and your twin sister wear leopard print and pillbox hats for eternity in the great beyond!

We picked up some fun, diverse Twitter followers this week!

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Daniel Hirsch is a freelance writer who has been living in the Mission since 2009. When he's not contributing to Mission Local, he's writing plays, working as an extra for HBO, and/or walking to the top of Bernal Hill.

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