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Teenager Terrance Hall’s fight to stave off eviction from Valencia Gardens apartment is far from over

A San Francisco Superior Court judge ordered a momentary reprieve on Tuesday for a young Valencia Gardens resident, Terrance Hall, who is facing potential eviction from the public housing facility. Visiting Judge Ronald Quidachay issued a tentative ruling that 18-year-old Hall not be removed from an apartment at the housing complex at 15th and Valencia Streets. […]

18 Reasons: Community Dinner: Matzo Ball Soup

Price: $15.00 We kick off 2019’s Community Dinners with a big bowl of nourishment from a new chef in our kitchen! Annie visited a Community Dinner in 2018 and her introduction to 18 Reasons inspired her to reach out to us and offer her skill in our kitchen. Her choice to cook chicken matzo ball […]

18 Reasons: Date Night, Done Right: Fall

Price: $105.00 Member Price: $95.00 A hands-on cooking class culminating in a family-style dinner served with wine and beer. Fall. Holidays are coming, the air has a bit of a bite. Time to leave the casual tomatoes of summer behind and step up your game. Come share a warm embrace of these autumn foods, with […]

Roxie Theater: The Dark Side of the Dream

THE DARK SIDE OF THE DREAM Subversive cinema… for subversive times 1933-1964 Elliot Lavine returns to the Roxie! What more do you need to know? Bay Area legend Elliot Lavine brings his I WAKE UP DREAMING mojo back to the Roxie with a hard-hitting series that takes a sharp look at the dark side of […]

The Chapel: Accion Latina: La Misa Negra at #Encuentro36

It’s that time of the year again! Accion Latina’s annual concert series, Encuentro del Canto Popular, celebrates its 36th year of celebrating peoples’ movements by inviting La Misa Negra to fill The Chapel with some cuuuuuumbia! Hosted by EQUIPTO & CHHOTI MAA We’ve also invited 2 local bands chosen via our Encuentrito concert series to […]

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Victim of fatal 24th St. shooting remembered

Although Jesus Sandoval had spent the last six years of his life living with a friend’s family in Potrero Hill, the Mission – where the 35-year-old spent much of his youth – remained his stomping grounds. “He loved to go to the Mission and meet  friends. He’d come to the Mission to go out,” said […]

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Mission Activists, Newcomers Discuss Ways to Confront Racism in Support of Black Lives Matter

Activists in the Black Lives Matter movement, Mission community organizers and newcomers, many of whom were tech workers, met Wednesday night to discuss ways to confront racial inequality that included collecting data, investing in communities and questioning the diversity within the rank-and-file of tech workers. “What sparked this for me was seeing the number of […]

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Last Chance to See Sheriff’s Wife Onstage

This weekend marks the last chance to see Eliana Lopez’s one-woman re-enactment of the political scandal that almost ended her husband’s career. Political wonks and gossip mongers alike will find plenty of material to think about, including the possible motives and actions of just about everyone involved. The media drama began shortly after former city […]

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The Mission 7 to Unveil New Eclectic Sound

Five uniquely different musicians from contrasting backgrounds form The Mission 7, a band born in the Mission District that specializes in a wide array of sounds:  boogaloo, Latin soul, retro garage rock, and a little bit of Colombia. The Mission 7 developed from Go Van Gogh,  a previous band with Jesse Walkershaw, bassist and vocalist, and sax player Connie […]