Right now it is 60° with a high of 68° – the forecast for the next ten days is here.

Today’s block: Alabama (Rescue Row) to 15th, to Treat, to 16th. The weird compliment to yesterday’s weird block.  It was a busy morning. On one side, solar panels were being installed on the SPCA, while across the street, deconstruction units were transforming the Howard Quinn Printing Building into a chocolate factory.

There are only a handful of blocks left, so take a look at the map and let us know if you want to claim one of them.  We’re at info@missionlocal.com.  

You can see a map of all of the blocks here

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Busy morning on Rescue Row. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Howard Quinn printed for the Black Panther Party, the San Francisco Police Officer Associations, and R. Crumb. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Good Morning Mission. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Good Morning Mission. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Shade for chocolate. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Shade for chocolate. Photo by Mark Rabine.

On 16th near Harrison. Photo by Mark Rabine.

On 16th near Harrison. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Then there was this routine traffic stop which turned into . . . a routine traffic stop. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Then there was this routine traffic stop which turned into . . . a routine traffic stop. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Chocolate insight. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Insight. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Trimmed. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Solar panels for chocolate? Photo by Mark Rabine.

Precariat. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Photo by Mark Rabine.

Mission morning still life. Photo by Mark Rabine.

Mission morning still life. Photo by Mark Rabine.