The mission

22 Jul 2013

Hunt for a Good Pupusa: Panchita’s No. 2

And so I continue my mission to find a pupusa that would justify, at least in my mind, their ubiquity, nay, their very existence.  In Panchita’s No. 2 I’ve found a pupuseria whose product at least gives me hope and prevents me from writing them off as nothing more than bland, pudgy

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18 Jul 2013

The Mission Position: A New Weekly Comedy Show Every Thursday at Lost Weekend Video

Do you hate laughing? I didn’t think so. That’s why you should check out The Mission Position, a new weekly comedy show that happens every Thursday at Lost Weekend Video. Here’s a bunch of important information about it. The Mission Position is a new weekly stand-up comedy showcase featuring the city’s

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.

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08 Jul 2013

Commune SF Featuring Twin Steps, The Tambo Rays & More This Weds!

Who likes FREE live music? You do! That’s who! Since that’s the case, here’s the details about a rad FREE show for you all: Commune’s next event is 7/10 at the Elbo Room starting at 9 PM. Commune is a monthly event happening event happening every second Wednesday of the

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18 Jun 2013

Whiz Burger – Where You Go for WAY More Than a Burger

Whiz Burger The above photo is my ham-fisted attempt to juxtapose two distinct types of iconography: one surrounding retro burger joints and the other, Catholic churches.  I wouldn’t blame you if it didn’t elicit the observation that the almighty American hamburger is something of a golden calf, an object of

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29 May 2013

Dona Tere’s Market in The Mission: Humble and Delicious

Dona Tere’s Market Dona Tere’s Market has existed on the northeast corner of 21st and Florida for a little over a decade, a respectable age for any restaurant, but it feels ancient and worn beyond its years, like an old bristlecone pine tree bearing silent witness to San Francisco springing

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15 May 2013

Wham Bam Burmese at Yamo

Yamo What is it about Burmese food and long waits? Burma Superstar in the Inner Richmond is legendary for the starving throngs that gather like cicadas at the entrance, killing over an hour in the hope of obtaining a table. Yamo isn’t nearly as popular, but it’s a fifth the size,

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14 May 2013

The Adobe Market Place Party is This Saturday!

Remember all that crazy shit that went down with Adobe Books? Well they’ve moved and are having a party to prove it. I’m really cracked out from staring at this computer all day so I”m just gonna copy and paste stuff, but in the meantime, go over and RSVP on

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08 May 2013

Velvet Cantina is Decadent and Depraved

                Velvet Cantina   Its title and appearance conjures Barbary Coast-era decadence.  The Velvet Cantina is only about seven years old, but it feels thoroughly dyed-in-the-wool, a seemingly eternal fixture on its corner, 23rd and Bartlett Streets in the Mission District, a residential spot just

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