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News, The Snitch Millennial Problems: All Good Burritos Go to Heaven

Millennial Problems: All Good Burritos Go to Heaven

One hallmark of being a millennial is living life as if everything has just happened for the first time (yes, exactly like this). The world is an amazing place when you’re just discovering it. This was strikingly captured in a…
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Dining, SFoodie Making a Neighborhood Cocktail: The Mission

Making a Neighborhood Cocktail: The Mission

Now, I'm more into putting the first part of 'cocktail' into my mouth, but if I have to have an alcoholic beverage, I want it to be a metaphorical representation of my personal human experience. That’s why I’ve created this…
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Dining, SFoodie Slightly Drunk Reviews: Taqueria Cancun

Slightly Drunk Reviews: Taqueria Cancun

Like many San Franciscans, I sacrificed space for a good location when choosing a place to live. My closet-less one bedroom in the Castro is a tight squeeze, with all of its mighty 500 square feet. But the especially…
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News, The Snitch Anti-Moratorium Supervisors Propose Delay to Study Impacts

Anti-Moratorium Supervisors Propose Delay to Study Impacts

Opponents of Supervisor David Campos's proposed moratorium on market-rate housing development in the Mission District have a come up with a way to delay consideration of the delay on housing, the San Francisco Business Times reports. Supervisors Mark Farrell…
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News, The Snitch Mission Development Moratorium Could Be Heading to the Ballot

Mission Development Moratorium Could Be Heading to the Ballot

A moratorium on market-rate housing construction in the Mission could be heading to the ballot in November, the San Francisco Business Times reports.  Edwin Lindo, the Vice President of External Affairs for the San Francisco Latino Democratic Club, told the…
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Music, All Shook Down Live Review: The Space Lady Transforms the Elbo Room

Live Review: The Space Lady Transforms the Elbo Room

The Space Lady Penelope Houston Muscle Drum Elbo Room Friday, Nov. 14, 2014 Seeing a sole being strumming a jangly Fender Stratocaster, covering the creepy “I’ve Written a Letter to Daddy,” seemed completely out of left field, but it happened. Muscle…
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Dining, SFoodie Coffee Bar Has a Wood-Fired Oven. You Know What That Means.

Coffee Bar Has a Wood-Fired Oven. You Know What That Means.

It’s probably a good thing that Coffee Bar on Bryant and Mariposa doesn’t have too many neighbors, because that conspicuous wood-fired oven they’ve just installed would be likely to draw a lawsuit in a neighborhood that wasn’t zoned for…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism For Locals: Precita Eyes Paints the City Pretty

Tourism For Locals: Precita Eyes Paints the City Pretty

San Francisco is colorful, there's no doubt about it, and San Francisco's murals reflect this in their vibrant hues. This art form serves a dual purpose: besides being pleasing to the eye, murals are meant to be educational and…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism For Locals: <i>El Tecolote</i> Bridges English and Spanish Speakers in San Francisco

Tourism For Locals: El Tecolote Bridges English and Spanish Speakers in San Francisco

Print will never die. Yes, our profession is changing, but journalism is a public good that will forever be a staple and advocate for communities. And while we are no strangers to the turning pages of time of the…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism For Locals: Galer&iacute;a de la Raza at the Heart of Latino Art Scene

Tourism For Locals: Galería de la Raza at the Heart of Latino Art Scene

It has been said that revolution doesn't need art but that art needs revolution -- but we argue that is not true because for revolution to exist it's in need of revolutionary art. Galería de la Raza holds this…
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News, The Snitch Highways, Development Pollute San Franciscans' Lungs, Mission Is Unhealthiest Hood

Highways, Development Pollute San Franciscans' Lungs, Mission Is Unhealthiest Hood

Every day may as well be a Spare the Air day. A few key congested roadways help make lung problems -- including cancer and Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- along with heart disease the chief long-term health problems in San…
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News, The Snitch Middle Schooler Tells Obama Cabinet Member That "White People Are Taking Over The Mission"

Middle Schooler Tells Obama Cabinet Member That "White People Are Taking Over The Mission"

Everett Middle School, on Church Street in the Mission District, is one of the city's most-improved public schools. It's also a hotbed of realness.The latter was on display Tuesday during a visit to the school by Shaun Donovan, Barack Obama's…
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News, The Snitch Jose Escobar Identified as Teen Shot in the Mission District

Jose Escobar Identified as Teen Shot in the Mission District

It was a another violent weekend in San Francisco where two men were killed in separate shooting incidents in the Mission and downtown. Authorities identified one of the victims as 19-year-old Jose Escobar of San Francisco. According to police, Escobar…
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Dining, SFoodie Rosie Branson Gill Talks 18 Reasons' 18th Hour

Rosie Branson Gill Talks 18 Reasons' 18th Hour

If you've found yourself drawn to the steadily expanding food scene between Guerrero and Dolores on 18th, you've wandered past the swanky, relatively new digs of Bi-Rite's 18 Reasons. Following the footsteps of its former incarnation, the dapper space is…
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Music, All Shook Down Music Links: Secret Alley Show This Weekend, a Chat with Bob Mould, and More

Music Links: Secret Alley Show This Weekend, a Chat with Bob Mould, and More

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Culture, The Exhibitionist Ariel Schrag, Mario Hernandez, Paul Madonna, and Other Comix Heroes Tell it on the Mission

Ariel Schrag, Mario Hernandez, Paul Madonna, and Other Comix Heroes Tell it on the Mission

Holy shit! Super cool! Want! Looky! Check out the talent on this thing. It's like a comics dream team:…
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News, The Snitch Sunday Streets in the Mission Pretty Much Ruled

Sunday Streets in the Mission Pretty Much Ruled

We were just out for a walk in the Mish on Sunday, and somehow we ended up surrounded cooing at children and puppies, side-stepping ostentatious bicycles, and even donning a pair of early '90s roller skates. It all happened because…
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News, The Snitch Seen in S.F.: Guerrilla Mistletoe

Seen in S.F.: Guerrilla Mistletoe

​ It seems like in San Francisco, someone is always wanting you to makeout with strangers. It's like college, but with better food. A mischief maker made their way to at least two street corners in the Mission this…
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Music, All Shook Down New Music Coming to the Mission

New Music Coming to the Mission

Some might recall the brouhaha which ensured around the closure of the Jazz Mafia's longtime residency at Bruno's, which ended prematurely in November 2008 after band members made public the news of their imminent dismissal following a five-year run. Well,…
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Music, All Shook Down Bondage Sets and Miniskirts on a Tour of Kink's Armory

Bondage Sets and Miniskirts on a Tour of Kink's Armory

If you think the old Armory at 14th and Mission -- a giant brick fortress fashioned back in the 1910's as a recreated Moorish castle -- looks imposing from the outside, check out its insides. Once a month Kink.com, the…
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