Street vendor selling fruit near 22nd and Mission. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci
Mission jewelry and apparel shops slowly return. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Needles and Pens on Valencia offering doorway service. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Serendipity on Valencia, featuring fair trade masks. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Marco from Little Baobob, back with drink offerings. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Masks bargains along Mission Street. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Crowd gathers for the reopening of Valencia Cyclery. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
A cautious return for Zoe Bikini swimwear. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Gallardo’s Party Favors returns, fighting a dormant industry. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Peruvian apparel shop on Mission up and running. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Annie reopens Wan Kee on Mission after a long spell. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
Piñata vendor piling his goods. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.
1-2-3-4 Go record store with sage warnings. Photo by By Kerim Harmanci.

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  1. It amazes me how much you don’t showcase businesses that have been around for over 40 years in the Mission. These are the ones who are the heart and soul of the Mission, maybe they have to advertise with mission local.