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Celebrate the 2016 Olympic Games at Mission Neighborhood Bar Elixir

Celebrate the 2016 Olympic Games at Mission Neighborhood Bar Elixir

Looking for an ideal spot to cheer on Team USA? Start your Olympic celebrations in grand style this week at 16th Street watering hole Elixir. The bar is offering daily Olympic coverage and drink specials throughout the games. The opening ceremony is this Friday, August…

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Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Australian indie-electronic band Miami Horror and four-piece alternative Latino group Chicano Batman have been announced as headliners for this year’s 20th Street Block Party. Hosted by independent music promoter Noise Pop, the free Mission district music and food festival will take place from noon to…

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Secession Art & Neighborhood Support for Merchants Affected by Mission Bernal Fire

Secession Art & Neighborhood Support for Merchants Affected by Mission Bernal Fire

Following the huge, five-alarm fire in Mission Bernal on the 3300 Mission block last Saturday, June 18, Secession Art & Design and the Mission Bernal Merchants Association have teamed up to help local merchants rebuild after the devasting fire. Nine businesses were seriously damaged, more…

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New Gallery on the Block: Local Lady Curators Open ‘State’ in The Mission

New Gallery on the Block: Local Lady Curators Open ‘State’ in The Mission

In an ever-changing city, where art galleries seem to quietly close as often as friends threaten to move to Portland, it’s refreshing to see new spaces spring up. This month we welcome the new Mission project space/gallery, simply and straightforwardly called “state” to the neighborhood. The…

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New Neighborhood Bar: The ’70s Styled Evil Eye

New Neighborhood Bar: The ’70s Styled Evil Eye

The Mission’s latest buzz is about its newest cocktail and bites destination, Evil Eye, set to open on June 2nd. This couple-owned bar, situated between beloved Al’s Place and La Taqueria, serves to create a complimentary space in this old-school historic neighborhood. And while going…

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Photos: Carnaval in The Mission

Photos: Carnaval in The Mission

All photos by Cheryl Guerrero. Check out the full gallery from Sunday May 29th, 2016 here: http://photos.sfstation.com/

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Hit Up the Free Synth Swap at Mission Sunday Streets

Hit Up the Free Synth Swap at Mission Sunday Streets

Audio enthusiasts looking for a discount drum machine or might be trying to offload some performance equipment should check out the Synth Swap on April 10, an event that coincides with Mission Sunday Streets. Local design and electronics brand Dijital Fix is hosting a community…

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Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Show your support for the Mission district’s Roxie Theater this holiday season to help them keep ticket prices low. Built in 1909, this cinema has tremendous history, but rising rents and higher costs mean that the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is forced to raise their ticket…

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Converse Rubber Tracks Pop-Up Studio Returns to the Mission in SF

Converse Rubber Tracks Pop-Up Studio Returns to the Mission in SF

Beginning next month, Converse Rubber Tracks’ pop-up studio will re-emerge in San Francisco starting Monday, December 7 until Friday, December 11. Musicians of all genres in the Bay Area are invited to apply for free studio time and unleash their creative spirit. The pop-up studio,…

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Elbo Room Celebrates Extended Lease + Record Release Party for SF Rock Band Hungry Skinny

Elbo Room Celebrates Extended Lease + Record Release Party for SF Rock Band Hungry Skinny

Elbo Room, a Mission District staple, is closing in the near future, but the good news is their lease has been temporarily extended and the party will continue at least through the start of 2016…”Party on Wayne!” Join San Francisco rockers, Hungry Skinny, on Saturday,…

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Q&A: Mission District Rapper A-1 Headlines The Chapel

Q&A: Mission District Rapper A-1 Headlines The Chapel

Local San Franciscan, Adam Traore, is the brainchild behind Bay Area rap phenom A-1. He performs at The Chapel on September 25. A-1 grew up in San Francisco with first-generation immigrant parents, which in retrospect helped expand his musical exposure at a young age. After…

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Local Art, Music and Tech Collective 20Mission Transforms The Village For A Night

Local Art, Music and Tech Collective 20Mission Transforms The Village For A Night

It’s not easy being an artist in San Francisco and (arguably less) a business entrepreneur in this unpredictable and tech-centric economy. Ideas can be short lived, competition fierce and the possibility of failure high. Yet, there are some spaces where creative types find success and…

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