Tucked into the corner of Thacher Art Gallery’s ‘Studio Misión: the Art Studio as Medium,’ sits an empty wooden work table and chair. Before his death at age 75 in May 2018, renowned Mission District artist René Yañez had planned for this gallery space, located on the University of San Francisco campus at 2130 Fulton Street, to be a workspace where he would create art to be displayed on the walls.Read More
Co-living rental platform HubHaus wanted its users to form a community. And they did — after being evicted.
For $1,590 a month, all Anna Chase wanted was a room in a shared San Francisco home with six other...Read More
Neighborhood Notes: Annual 20th Street Block Party, rescue pets at at discount, cleaning up the school, and more
There is so much to do in the Mission this weekend, including fundraisers, animal adoption drives, storytelling open-mics and more!Read More
Hot for Marianne Williamson: Unique Democratic presidential hopeful addresses sweltering Mission crowd
On Thursday night Manny Yekutiel walked on stage at his political cafe, Manny’s, held up a mic, and faced a crowd of 350 strong.
“Who are we here for?” Yekutiel asked them.
“Marianne!” the crowd yelled back.
“Are you all hot?” he said.
“Yes!” the crowd shouted back.
It was, indeed, upwards of 90 degrees in the room and when improbable Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson walked in, the frenetic crowd seemed to make the room just bit hotter as it hooted and cheered.Read More