The Sunday manager said that as far as he knows, the answer is no.Read More
Author: Armand Emamdjomeh
Apr 18, 2010 | Today's Mission
It’s supposed to be a gorgeous 72° outside.
The Lion’s Cage
Flickr photographer Bats1234 has been prowling the streets at night, and getting some gorgeous shots, as posted here on Mission Mission.
I think he said, “what’s that rattle?”
Marshall Elementary school students better be on their game on Monday, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education Tony Miller will visit the school. Represent, young’uns.
Dogs in the Park
I’ve really been on a hot dog/sausage kick lately (along with the rest of the city), so on this beautiful, slow-blogging weekend, I thought it worthy of calling back to Jonathan Kaufmann’s listing of extreme, must-eat dogs in the city. Bacon-wrapped hot dogs, of course are high on the list, and Rosamunde’s gets a passing mention.
Alright, get out there and enjoy the day everyone.
Apr 17, 2010 | Today's Mission
Julie Michelle of CALIBER finds la corazon de la Mission but enigmatically doesn’t remember where it’s taken. I feel like I’ve seen this one myself, but can’t remember where it is either. Anyone know?
(Special note to Julie: I’m sorry I couldn’t make it to your show at Secession Art & Design tonight! I will check it out though.)
Note to readers: Check out Julie’s show up now at at Secession Art & Design. It’s gonna be good.
If the Mission’s the Heart…
Then the streets are the arteries and Muni buses the blood of the city. Check out this awesome map of NextBus data on Burrito Justice, by Eric Fisher.
The Jetset Chef
It’s Saturday, and you know that means Mission Street Food. Tonight’s guest chef is Alex Marsh serving “California comfort food.” The menu includes beef cheek and sous vide baby back ribs. Yum.
And while we’re on food, how about some falafel love? Brilliant.
It was all part of the school day at Marshall, the Bay Area’s Odyssey of the Mind champs.Read More