The Mission Newswire (Page 3)

The Mission Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for The Mission (San Francisco, CA). (Page 3)

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  1. Los Shucos returns to the Mission February 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | SFGate

    Sofia Keck was out of town when she heard that an inferno had destroyed a massive building at 22nd St. and Mission last year, but since her restaurant, Los Shucos , was located next door she figured it was safe. She was wrong.


  2. SF Delays Controversial Housing Law Amidst Opposition, Cry of Ethnic CleansingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Mission Local

    ... Marie Sorenson of the merchants association Calle 24. "They haven't met with anyone in the Mission." "I live in the Mission District, I have never heard about this," said another speaker. "I heard about it by accident through a posting on Facebook." ...


  3. Nothing Like This Has Ever Happened BeforeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | TechCrunch

    ... Philadelphia. After staying with a cousin, this young man, Henry George, would eventually take up residence in the Mission District. It was a few years after the Gold Rush had ended, but just the beginning of a new railroad boom. An indecisive, ...


  4. S.F.'s 10 best and worst neighborhoods for parkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | SFGate

    ... as having parking: 30 percent. The stroller quotient is high on 24th Street stretching from Noe Valley to the Mission District. No. 8. Noe Valley. Parking score: 50. Rentals listed as having parking: 30 percent. The stroller quotient is high on 24th ...


  5. Metallica, Alicia Keys, DMB to rock Super Bowl festivitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | The Daily Republic

    Even if you don't have tickets to Super Bowl 50 next weekend in Santa Clara, the festivities leading up to the big game are numerous. Though the game takes place in Santa Clara, San Francisco - appropriately 49 miles away - will host many of the music-related events.


  6. Artist Leo Villareal Lights Up San Francisco's Bay Bridge...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Cool Hunting

    We have been following light artist Leo Villareal 's The Bay Lights exhibition since its announcement back in 2011. Villareal succeeded-magnificently-in setting San Francisco's iconic Bay Bridge aglow in March 2013.


  7. Rufino Tamayo: the Sources of His ArtRead the original story

    Sep 15, 2015 | Hell on Frisco Bay

    WHO: Los Angeles filmmaker Gary Conklin directed this 28-minute documentary. WHAT: I wrote this brief blurb on this film for the San Francisco Public Library website: An investigation of one of Mexico's most intriguing painters, known especially for his use of color Born in Oaxaca and proud of his Zapotec Indian heritage, Tamayo was one of the twentieth century's most prominent artists influenced both by pre-Columbian art and by European modernists such as Picasso.


  8. My main problem with the Super Bowl was that it is called "Super...Read the original story

    Thursday Jan 28 | Mission Mission

    But then they added insult to injury. Our pal Broke-Ass Stuart is organizing a demonstration, set to take place next Wednesday, February 3rd: We, the people of San Francisco, demand that Super Bowl City and Ed Lee pay and invest $5 million right now in housing - we could house 500 people immediately with that money.


  9. Dolores Park reopens with cheers and candlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | SFBay

    ... A boy askes for a high five from a man in a bird skull mask while a robot dances to music in the background at the Mission Dolores Park re-opening Wednesday, January 28, 2016. The southern side of Mission Dolores opened to the public Wednesday with ...


  10. Super Bowl 50 Viewing Parties in the Bay AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | KRON 4

    ... 94107 FREE when the game starts, $150 - Super Early Bird, $225 - Early bird Watch the big game on the water at the Mission Rock Resort. Before the game, the resort is hosting a tailgate with former NFL athletes Eric Wright, Keena Turner, and Mike ...


  11. SF Mission Artists Sew Blankets for the HomelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Mission Local

    On a beautiful day on Mission Street, Annice Jacoby of City Poets saw people walking past a homeless man at their feet. Fearing that San Franciscans have grown "numb" to homelessness, Jacoby turned to what she knows best: participatory art.


  12. The Numbers Are In - Realty411 Reaches Thousands of Investors in Person in 2015 with their Live ExposRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | 24-7 Press Release

    Realty411's Expo RSVPs totaled 6,189 in 2015, Skyrocketing Realty411 as One of the Most Popular Real Estate Magazines in the Nation. Realty411's national expo schedule for 2016 continues to expand to new cities, such as Miami, Fla., Houston, Tex., and Chicago, Ill.


  13. The brisket and chuck burger with housemade bacon at Monk's Kettle.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | SFGate

    The chicken strips are juicy and crusty in all the right ways, but there's something else going on in my mouth. A hit of sugar, white pepper and cumin, then the numbness that comes with Szechuan peppercorns.


  14. Belcampo Meata s Mission Street butcher shop closingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | SFGate

    ... for the butcher shop, which closes at 8 p.m. (In her message, Fernald also mentioned that everything at the Mission Street shop would be 25% off.) Also of note, Fernald hinted that Belcampo will soon be announcing another as-of-yet unnamed San ...


  15. Lyft settles worker misclassification lawsuit for $12.25 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Los Angeles Times

    As part of the settlement, the San Francisco company will change its terms of service so that its treatment of drivers clearly complies with California law governing independent contractors. The lawsuit alleged that despite classifying its drivers as independent contractors, the company exerted the kind of control over its drivers that is normally reserved for employees, such as reserving the right to terminate drivers at will, without warning.


  16. Dance Card: Mark Foehringer Dance Project | SF celebrates 20th...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Inside Bay Area

    For a small dance company, reaching the age of 20 is reason to celebrate, particularly considering the toll taken on the Bay Area arts scene by the precipitous cycles of boom and bust. SF is marking the milestone on Sunday in much the same way that the choreographer has conducted his consistently smart and engaging Bay Area career -- with a profusion of live music.


  17. BRIDES Northern California: Where to Shop in San Francisco for Your HoneymoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Bride's Magazine

    With all the hectic planning around your wedding day, it can be easy to forget about the other important part of the process: your honeymoon ! Even with the destination chosen, the flights purchased, and the time taken off, you're left to figure out what to pack for your first official vacation as a married couple. Whether you'll be sipping daiquiris by the pool or gearing up for a hiking and biking adventure, here are some of the Bay Area's best places to shop for that long-awaited trip for two.


  18. The City Luminous: Spectral Canopy VariationRead the original story

    Jun 27, 2015 | Hell on Frisco Bay

    WHO: Award-winning filmmaker Kerry Laitala made this, and I actually assisted her on some of her studio shoots. I've mentioned Latiala on this blog every so often since before I'd ever met her, but in the past several years we've become close, as I've explained before .


  19. Extra homeless shelter beds to open in San Francisco for El Nino stormsRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 | KRON 4

    San Francisco will make extra shelter beds available starting tonight in expectation of heavy rain this weekend, city officials said. The beds will be available MSD South Shelter at 525 Fifth St.; ECS- Next Door Shelter at 1001 Polk St.; Larkin Street Youth Services at 869 Ellis St. and 1020 Haight St.; St. Anthony's at 121 Golden Gate Ave. and Mission Neighborhood Resource Center at 165 Capp St. The city will also activate an emergency pop-up shelter at the San Francisco County Fair Building's Hall of Flowers at 1199 Ninth Ave. in Golden Gate Park, which can hold up to 100 homeless men and women.


  20. Stupid Bowl prevents SF bus service for 3 weeksRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 |

    With Stupid Bowl 50 Banners plastered everywhere in downtown San Francisco, including on the Ferry Building and on Market Street poles, we are reminded again of the criminality of its local supporter, the Democrat-Republican Party, promoting profits before people, giving $5 million of our tax dollars to the billionaire football gambling racket instead of housing the homeless.


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