Avital Tours offers high-end social dining experiences in San Francisco and Los Angeles for locals and travelers alike. Their walking food tours are built by locals for locals. Their goal is that someone who lives in the Mission comes on our Mission Food Tour and learns something about her own neighborhood –
Majical Cloudz is music and performance. Rooted in solo material written by Devon Welsh between rural Ontario and Montreal, he joined with Matthew Otto to collaboratively produce and perform the music. Their performance is deeply expressive — strong vocals sit on top of washes of white noise, filtered synths and
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists in the NYC and Bay Area. It’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep these cities strange and wonderful places. Meet SF native Alberto Ybarra. Ybarra is a native San Franciscan who grew up skateboarding and hanging out in
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If you haven’t had a chance to attend the festival it is a dark and magical event full of candle light, parade, reflection, community, costumes and handmade alters that honor and remember the dead.
Not all Donald Trump pinatas are created equal. The Donald Trump pinatas in the SF Mission District vary greatly in size, price and artistic integrity. A Broke-Ass Stuart Broke-Team investigative report (consisting of us looking and asking in every pinata-selling establishment on all 58 blocks of Mission Street) lists every
The plan is to move in a tech company called PlanGrid to replace the evicted artists. Do you know what PlanGrid does? It makes apps that help developers and construction companies build faster. Now I don’t know if that is ironic or just sad. The Mission artists are being replaced by a tech company that helps developers tear down their neighborhood faster. Let’s STOP THEM
The San Francisco fog didn’t stop the samba in the Mission this morning, photographer Hanna Quevedo captured the costumes, floats, and wonderful performers at the 37th Annual Carnaval Grand Parade. Got to love this city. #Mission All Photographs Courtesy of Hanna Quevedo