By MADELEINE BAIR No matter the type of artwork, audiences generally come to a gallery with one simple expectation: The art is complete. Artists at work and audience, convention dictates, do not belong together. But at the Mission Cultural Center on Saturday night, tradition was thrown out the door as 77 artists and hundreds of guests filled the two large...
Tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. By HÉLÈNE GOUPIL.
This first ran on March 29, 2009. On Valentine’s Day, I always think of Leo & Lupe, featured in one of my favorite Mission Local videos. Today, I caught up with Lupe Bravo, now 84, for an update. Only recently, she said, did the pair stop dancing regularly because Leo Ansis, now 91, moved into senior housing downtown. “Life changes,” Bravo said,...
A Mission District choreographer explores the lives of San Francisco eccentrics. By AMANDA MARTINEZ
And on Saturday night, it's at the Rickshaw Stop. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH.
Take it from a Brazilian: Carnaval's not all about bikinis. At the ODC, the Afro-Brazilian contingent challenges stereotypes of Brazil. By MADELEINE BAIR
The Carnaval Catwalk By SHALWAH EVANS
The Bollyhood Cafe becomes a Spanish living room. By BETTY BASTIDAS
A dosage of poetry on the street corner. By BETTY BASTIDAS
The Trolley Dances spanned two parks, two days and one swimming pool.
Forget your plans for a nice quiet weekend at home. This is the weekend to get out and DANCE.
Imagine turning it into art. En Español
In the Mission Today Happy Legal Assistant's Day. Paralegals Global dance party today beginning at noon:. You want more? Check out our events calendar and Rachel's weekend roundup. Adventures in Corporate Citizenship Sun Tzu and the Census En Español
The weekend Mission District party that happens at the end of this month began in February of 1978 with half-naked dancers who (some sources say) didn't know how to samba.
Ten questions about painting over intimate things. En Español