Mission Cultural Center hosts lowriding show and exhibit.
The sudden loss of musician Jorge Santana hits hard amongst a group working to paint a mural honoring Jorge and his famous family.
Benjamin Bac Sierra gives insight into the people, ideas, and experiences behind his book Pura Neta and how the work of fiction is in some ways more honest than reality. He speaks about his relationship with the characters and how they mirror him in some aspects, and what really inspires him to write.
Businesses in The Mission struggle to stay afloat, for the benefit of their employees and their community, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
El Tecolote, the Mission District’s community newspaper, celebrates 50 years in neighborhood journalism. Juan Gonzales, Journalism department chair and founder of El Tecolote, describes his experience from the beginning.
More than 100 protesters marched from BART’s 24th St. Mission Station to the intersection of 22nd and Mission Street, demonstrating their aversion to controversial San Francisco propositions that would remove homeless encampments and increase rent across the city.
More than 2,000 people marched from 24th and Mission street to Civic Center Plaza to push for migrant workers’ rights on May Day, known internationally as a day for workers’ rights.
Criminal activity associated with gangs can be measured with some accuracy through expert analysis, but the impact gang culture has on day-to-day life in a community isn’t always so cut and dry.
City College Journalism Department Chair Juan Gonzales is depicted in a mural on the exterior wall of Horace Mann Middle School. Gonzales can be found second from the left, top row. The yet-to-be completed mural, done in partnership with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, honors community heroes.