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New Murals Roll Down at Night

By JUDITH JOFFE-BLOCK With baggy clothes and a can of spray paint in hand, Eli Lippert, 19, could be mistaken for one of the taggers that plague the 24th Street corridor after hours. But on a recent Tuesday night, the Precita Eyes Mural Arts Center instructor was putting the final touches on the neighborhood’s latest weapon against taggers who scrawl...

Heavy metal candy, holiday spirits and more.

“Not all those who wander are lost.” (J.R.R. Tolkien) 10.29 – 11.3 This week is positively undead. Kids reclaim the streets in boo-ya style. Día de los Muertos altars are ready to glow. Spaces are haunted by imagination. Courage! Peer in what rustles below… Lead-n-chocolate is NOT a Humphry Slocombe ice cream flavor. But it may be a toxic Halloween...

What Does Martin Luther King Day Mean?

Monday marked Martin Luther King Day, and while many observed the holiday by sleeping in late and enjoying a welcomed break from school, others  shared their thoughts and feelings about the slain Civil Rights leader and the legacy that he left behind. People give their opinion on what Martin Luther King Day means to them. Made an appearance in Mission...