The sight of freshly cooked Pupusas warms my soul. I’m the child of Salvadoran parents, so pupusas were served for every occasion. Breakfast, lunch, dinner—pupusas are an all-day kind of food. Mexicans and Hondurans make pupusas too, but El Salvador is credited with creating the beloved disk-like treat.Read More
Author: Ricky Rodas
The day marked the four and a half anniversary of the night that the 20 year-old Lopez, an immigrant from Guatemala, was killed by the San Francisco Police Department.Read More
Building owner Matthew Miller, who owns a Florida Street home that was last year partially demolished without any notice to the neighbors — or city permits to do so — was put in the hot seat at a Department of Building Inspection hearing Tuesday morning.Read More
Aug 18, 2019 | People We Meet
The Argentine native Gustavo sat on a concrete bench, banging on his drum in Dolores Park with gusto.
“I cannot speak English [very well], but I can communicate with music,” he said as he played an afro-Caribbean style of drumming that he learned at the Community Music Center on 21st and Capp St.
Gustavo, who moved to San Francisco in 2000 and currently cleans houses and lives with a friend in Bernal Heights, said this style of was new to him and part of the neighborhood’s past.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