Tag: mission district

One techie’s trash …

Startup powered down? Submitted by Sandheep who says: If you were wondering whether techies have changed the Mission, look no further than the latest giveaway on Capp Street. A server rack. That’s what Missionites are throwing out these days. On Capp Street. Jesus.

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Massive post-election hug planned for Dolores Park

Exhausted, pissed off and terrified of our new dark overlord? Protests not your thing? Ease your post-election blues this weekend by hugging it out in Dolores Park. A massive group hug and gathering will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday in the park. As of this morning 55 people were going and 425 were interested, according […]

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Eviction for Mrs. Robinson?

Home(debt)ward bound. [Spotted by Malaika on Florida Street, near 23rd]

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Authorities: Marijuana candy may be to blame for illnesses at Mission party (updated)

UPDATE 3:10 p.m.: A health department official said the candies were tested this morning and found to contain THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. ORIGINAL POST: More than a dozen partygoers sickened while attending a Quinceañera in the Mission Saturday night ate may have eaten pot candy, authorities said. While final test results on the gummy […]

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I’ll just weave these here

Unbraided at Capp and 22nd streets via 0xEugene   Locks lurking near 18th Street.

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Uprooted: Neighborhood favorite Radish for sale

Brunch favorite and mimosa mainstay Radish is on the market. The neighborhood eatery, which opened at 19th and Lexington streets in 2011, was listed for sale on Craigslist but the ad was recently taken down. The text of that ad is still visible on another site. Radish’s owner Emily Summers said her landlord is selling […]

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Mission business idea

Are you addicted to Pokemon Go, but not feeling safe given the spate of crimes related to the latest craze sweeping the species? Well, you’re in luck. Proving yet again that entrepreneurialism can solve anything, one Mission resident is offering his services protecting you while you continue to disengage from the real world. Trying to catch them […]

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Two men wounded in Mission District shootings Sunday

One man was critically injured, another superficially wounded in a pair of shootings in the neighborhood on Sunday, police said. A 29-year-old man was shot in the abdomen around 12:15 a.m., near the corner of 24th and Shotwell streets, according to San Francisco police spokesman Carlos Manfredi. He is in critical condition at an area hospital. […]

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After a tumultuous 2015, Dyke March returning to old route with new energy

Joey “Cupcake” Stevenson woke up early that Saturday, a mess of nerves, and threw up. Hours later, she, friend Kelly Robbie Hansen and a throng of supporters would stand off against a barricade of motorcycle cops to lead protesters along Dyke March’s long-established route. Already feeling squeezed out after the recent closure of longtime lesbian […]

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Changes to the menu: Bender’s now home to rotating Sunday pop-ups

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. : A reader informs me that Mad’Mzelles Poutine has been a pop-up regular at Bender’s in the past and is “really good” to boot. ORIGINAL POST: Bender’s Bar and Grill, South Van Ness’ go-to source for a boozy meal, is now home to a rotating series of Sunday pop-up restaurants. One of […]

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