Drag queens, contortionists, restauranteurs, tech moguls, mariachi bands, politicians and at least one strange goat man gathered Thursday night to celebrate the restaurant Foreign Cinema’s 15 years of operation. Dubbed the “Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera,” the evening was a fete appropriately lavish for the acclaimed restaurant’s long, and somewhat surprising, tenure on Mission Street. Opening just before the first dot-com bust...
Mission resident and artist Ronald Chase founded SF Art and Film in 1993. The program offers free film screenings, Saturday art visits to galleries and museums, free tickets to cultural events, and the Film Workshop, an intensive professional filmmaking program for teenagers.
Mission High students speak out. En Español
Some think options like academic enrichment are better then summer school. This summer will test that notion. En Español
May Day March on Saturday and Dolores Park on Sunday.
Q&A about his new studio gallery, games and Chuck Norris. En Español
Zombies and the Satanic Church - Christmas weekend in the Mission.
Holidays and hormones are just some of the topics to look at when addressing wellness in Mission kids.
Urban lit draws neighborhood high school students in with harrowing depictions of abuse, drug use and violence they relate to. En Español
Early morning Q&A at John O'Connell. By JUSTIN JUUL
By AMANDA MARTINEZ and STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
By SHIKIRI HIGHTOWER
What are you afraid of? Think about it. Feb. 6-7 at the Marsh. By MARNETTE FEDERIS and STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Proponents of a twice- failed state proposition requiring parental notification for teens seeking abortions hope to win this year with a strong Latino vote. “If there’s a shift going on, it’s coming from the Latino voters,” pollster Mark DiCamillo told the San Jose Mercury News. “Because this is a presidential election, Latino voters will constitute a larger proportion of the...