Mission District

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18 Dec 2023

This San Francisco Show Explores Palestinian Futures

On Wednesday, December 20, sound healers, writers, and many more will hold space in a Mission District gallery to dream of what Palestine might be like in 20 years, 100 years, the future. “Voices of Palestinian Futures” is an integrated program featuring six Palestinian artists exploring what lies in store

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17 Oct 2023

Philz Coffee Closes Original Mission District Location

Since the beginning of the Pandemic, San Francisco has been no stranger to businesses closing. So when I hear about a local business biting the dust, I’m not exactly surprised, but the closure of Philz did strike me as odd. Since you’re reading a BAS article, I’m going to go

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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10 Oct 2023

Leave The Mission District Alone

In a perfect world, everyone can coexist peacefully. I would love to live in a place where the presence of one group doesn’t threaten the presence of another, but we don’t live in a perfect world. And in the Mission District, one of San Francisco’s few (kind of) working class

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21 Aug 2023

New York-Style Pizza Meets Bay Area Quality at This Dynamo Pop-Up

PHOTOS AND WORDS BY ANDY SAMWICK When I texted the owner of Buddy, after realizing that all the reservations for the pizza pop-up Jules were already taken, fortune smiled upon me. Alvaro Rojas, one of the owners of Buddy, told me because of the Eater article that came out August

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18 Jul 2023

How To Be A Less Annoying Bay Area Gentrifier

Gentrification is inherently a touchy subject in the Bay Area. Everyone calls everyone else a gentrifier all the time. Most people don’t actually know what gentrification is. So, first, let’s define it.  Gentrification: a process in which a poor area experiences an influx of middle-class or wealthy people who renovate

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04 Jul 2023

I Asked ChatGPT What San Franciscans Should Do For The 4th Of July

For whatever reason, the last article that I did where I asked ChatGPT some shit about San Francisco did pretty well. I don’t know why, but people seem to be interested in what our robot overlords think. So, due to curiosity, and not at all laziness, I’ve asked ChatGPT to

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13 Jun 2023

It’s Time To Ban Self-Driving Cars In San Francisco

San Francisco is probably America’s most undriveable major city. This isn’t news to anyone who has ever found themselves behind the wheel here. There are streets in San Francisco that look like walls, enough traffic to turn a pacifist into a psychopath and cyclists who think they’re invincible. It’s a

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29 May 2023

Why Grand Coffee Is Mission Street’s Loveliest Cafe

PHOTOS AND WORDS BY ANDY SAMWICK The sensational coffee movement that is Grand Coffee first opened on the North side of Mission Street in 2010. It became more than just another coffee shop, more like a cultural epicenter that brought together the many hearts of the neighborhood. And while artisanal

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