The Mission News
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Should prostitution be legalized?
Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
The mural artist Juana Alicia said she and her friends have undertaken a fund-raising campaign to restore a Mission Street mural from 1988 that survived until October when a vandal smeared it with paint and tagged it with the word "Toy."
It's that time of year again! The holidays in SF bring bright lights, temporary ice rinks, and politically correct decorations-but that's not all.
Get in the spirit of the holidays and don't be a Scrooge. Join us for holiday themed dodgeball tourney to benefit The Mission Rec Center.
Though it's not even a year old, The Chapel is the lone Mission venue in SFist 's list of the top 10 music venues in SF.
Jane Morrison, 93, a grassroots activist since 1952, hosted 105 City College supporters Nov. 24 at her house for a Sunday champagne brunch fundraiser that raised about $14,000 to support the Save CCSF Coalition.
On November 14th San Francisco City Hall heard testimonies from dozens of San Franciscans who were evicted from their homes during a hearing on the Ellis Act.
A pedestrian remains hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a pre-dawn hit-and-run crash in the Mission District on Thursday, according to San Francisco police.
The Golden Girls: The Christmas Episodes -- 8th Annual All Drag Xmas Exdrag-a-ganza -- will feature all new episodes for 12 performances only this holiday season, today, Dec. 5 - 22, 2013, playing Thurs.
"It's the holidays!" seems to be everyone's excuse to be overwhelmed, overbooked and over it all.
Christopher Ramirez gives Emily, 3, a kiss in their room at a Tenderloin family shelter.
Tech companies are taking over the city! Well kind of. They're definitely taking over a large percentage of office space.
The fine folks at BAYCAT , who spend their days teaching and empowering Bayview-Hunters Point youth, are in the midst of a 7-week fundraiser that involves Instagram and hashtags ! Each week, there's a theme .
Along the still desolate swath of Mission Street on the edge of SOMA and just beyond the Mission District, sits an oasis of information, free to the public, filled with materials that will expand your awareness, but may make you blush.