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19 hrs ago | Mission Mission
Adam Savage, a Mythbuster/Mission resident, recently gave a tour of his workshop and boy is it something else.
23 hrs ago | Mission Mission
Andrew McKinley founded Adobe Books on 16th Street 25 years ago this year. A year ago this month Andrew and a group of dedicated volunteers moved the store to 24th Street and formed the Adobe Books and Arts Cooperative.
Yesterday | SF Appeal
A funeral for a 28-year-old man shot in San Francisco's Mission District last weekend will be held Monday, according to the victim's family.
Yesterday | Mission Mission
From local blogger anadromy , who most recently delivered a similarly posi rant about why you shouldn't necessarily hate on tech bros , some thoughts on the transit situation here in Frisco: People in San Francisco don't agree on much, but just about everybody likes to hate on MUNI.
San Francisco's appetite for underground dinners seems to be insatiable. Five-year-old Lazy Bear has become one of Yelp's highest-rated restaurants and is preparing to open a permanent restaurant in the Mission .
I need to develop a system whereby if anyone in Northern California is even thinking of establishing a jazz venue, that information is immediately transmitted to me via some form of ESP or Vulcan mind meld or something.
The Friends of the Urban Forest, a non-profit dedicated to helping San Franciscans care for sidewalk vegetation, is planting trees in the Mission to give residents a chance for subsidized foliage outside their building: species that are most suitable for the conditions at each planting site, and the property owner makes the final selection.
I love the ever-growing diversity of the San Francisco dining scene and a glimmer of that diversity will be on display on Sunday, when seven hand-selected chefs who have restaurants new to the Top 100 will cook a multi-course dinner at The Cavalier - one of the brightest new restaurant openings in 2013.
Next Saturday, Dolores Park will get a big, messy game of Twister involving paint, water balloons and a group of folks looking to check something whimsical off their bucket list.
It sounds absurd, and Urban Green eventually announced it would not evict Mary Phillips .
Jeffrey Bugai , 35, was arrested July 10. Police said he dressed as an officer to convince immigrants with limited English-speaking abilities to go to his home.
NBC Bay Area reported on how two major parking apps - ParkModo and Sweetch - have adapted to the city's rules and regulations.
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