At the age of 15, while at summer camp, a young Chilean boy would have an experience that would change his world forever. “The first day I saw it I didn’t stop, but the next day I had to stop. I felt it call my name.” Since then, Carlos Baron, a longtime Mission performance arts […]

City College of San Francisco hosted the Growing Healthy Kids community health fair on Saturday, Nov. 16 at its Mission Campus on Valencia Street. More than 400 parents, children, and child care providers attended the event, which featured health information booths from more than 30 local businesses and organizations. Participants enjoyed nutritious food tastings, health […]

Ian Johnstone never knew that his tragic past would create a bridge that would bring community members and gun owners together in peaceful efforts to fight against gun violence in their communities. Just four and a half years after his move to San Francisco to begin his company Blissmo, an e-commerce platform aimed at promoting […]

Drawing an audiencen of both young and old, “The Still Life Cabaret,” a Dia de los Muertos themed play, showcased for three consecutive nights at the Dance Mission Theater. The stage decor was designed by students, featuring a colorful Dia de los Muertos backdrop. The set was complimented by subtle lighting, and a four piece […]

The last day of The Still Life Cabaret: El cabaret de la naturaleza muerta at the Dance Mission Theater was tonight! Overall, it was a great show!  Full review coming soon……

The new Day of the Dead exhibit at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts will focus on rapid gentrification and the displacement of local families and artists  taking place in the neighborhood. The exhibit, La Llorona: Weeping for the Life and Death of the Mission District aims to give community members, artists, and students […]

Today, there will be a community organized march along 24th Street, which protesters are calling “Our Mission No Eviction”, intended to bring attention to the recent evictions of small businesses and  famous Mission artists like, Yolanda Lopez and Rene Yanez . These evictions are heavily due to the rapid gentrification that has been taking place in the area […]

Potrero Del Sol is one park in the Mission that many of the locals rave about , and their  love for this park can be seen by the number of the locals  and other people from around the city that flock there daily. This small diamond, within the Mission, not only houses green, grassy, lawns that […]

A new cafe in the Mission is bringing a twist to the traditional coffee scene that not only satisfies taste buds but is also joining the fight against hunger in San Francisco. Linea Caffe’s mission is to set itself apart from its neighbors by bringing a fresh flavor and a compelling cause together under one […]