The mission

22 Dec 2023

Clinic by the Bay Opens a New FREE Clinic in SF Thanks to Community Generosity

Clinic by the Bay, one of only two free clinics in San Francisco, has a new beautiful location. Thanks to 5.3 million dollars in donations, the clinic has relocated to a stunning historic building, formerly Alemany Hospital. The new facility, situated just a few steps from its original location. A

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03 Nov 2023

The Uptown is Closing After 39 Years in the Mission

The hits keep coming this year with the news that beloved neighborhood bar, Uptown, is closing. Mission Local broke the news yesterday giving us all an  heartbreak we didn’t see coming. At this point, should we be able to see these things coming? According to the breaking story, “Uptown, the

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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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20 Oct 2023

SF’s Vintage Mall, Stuff, is Closing

San Francisco’s largest vintage shop, Stuff, has lost its lease and will be closing at the end of January according to an instagram post where staff explained the details behind their sad end. What’s unique about STUFF is that there are over 60 businesses who have their own little collectible

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26 Jul 2023

What it’s Like Moving Back to SF After 8 Years in Oakland

In 2015, I moved from San Francisco to Oakland. It was a big jump. I’d been living in Cole Valley and Lower Haight for about a dozen years, a whirling kaleidoscope of street festivals, loud bars, frenetic streets and the revolving cast of vagabonds always making their way through. I

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03 Mar 2023

The Most Obscure Secret Library in San Francisco: The Whybrary

In The Mission, situated on the corner of 14th Street at Woodward, you may see a small pink neon “why?” sign hung in the window of an unassuming apartment building. Like a bat signal, the “why?” sign is a not-so-subtle sign to say you’ve reached the library. To enter into

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27 Feb 2023

The Sycamore Now Serves Weekday Brunch Because…Why Not?

My friends at the Sycamore in the Mission just alerted me to good news: They now serve weekday brunch! That means that, if your dream “personal health day” includes bottomless mimosas, you’ve just found the perfect spot. When owners Liz and Tim Ryan reached out to me with this announcement

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11 Dec 2022

Beloved Liholiho Yacht Club Reopens Original Nob Hill location

Like many other restaurants, Liholiho Yacht Club, shut its doors temporarily at 871 Sutter in response to the pandemic. For the regulars, employees, and long-time fans of Liholiho, it was a time of uncertainty, not 100% knowing if they will be back in their original space or when. To the

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If only I had a public restroom!
31 Aug 2022

An End to Soiled San Francisco Sidewalks?

Between finding parking and finding an apartment in San Francisco ranks the undue stress of searching for a public restroom. The city has few truly public restrooms to begin with, and most of them close overnight. Few alternatives exist. Sooner or later you’re bound to find a hot, wet coil

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