The city’s 39th Carnaval kicked off today and will continue tomorrow with the Parade. The day was warm and attendance was strong with thousands eating, watching and enjoying the music.
Peeking down some of the Mission’s alleys while taking an afternoon walk.
Whether it’s flowers, murals or victorians it’s always colorful in the Mission.
Here’s how some of the Mission celebrated mothers today:
A bit of sunlight brought crowds out to the sidewalks of the Mission on Sunday to watch performers stationed in front of the neighborhood’s murals in “Baile en la Calle: The Mural Dances,” a recurring performance program, now in its fifth year, from Brava Theater Center and the Precita Eyes Mural Arts Center. Featuring Antoine Hunter & His Urban Jazz Dance...
As we gear up for Carnaval on the last weekend of the month, Manuel Yánez sent some photos of earlier parades. The cars just get older and more beautiful.
Another afternoon of snaps that catch my eye. It’s always interesting to take walks around the same places yet see something new.
Photographer Michael Johnson captured these lowriders outside the launch party for The Mission last Thursday and remarked: “Woman lowriders are very few and far between, but these two have got the cars and the cred.”
Some 50 or so lowriders celebrated Selena on Saturday in the Mission District. Some parked, some cruised and everyone had a good time. The event was sponsored by the San Francisco Lowrider Council and was part of an effort to bring Bay Area Latinos to the Mission District.
Several hundred protestors, the majority of them women, showed up on Saturday afternoon for the 12th annual Walk Against Rape march that began and ended at the Women’s Building on 18th Street. Here are some of those who marched and why.
With some beautiful days comes more snapping away in the Mission.
Although one wants to be encouraging, it is hard to give a passing grade to park goers who still require five to six SF Rec and Park employees to pick up after them, but in a trip to the park late Sunday night, it was clear there would not be as much trash to pick up on Monday as there was...