Neverending BART train


[via Burrito Justice on Tumblr]

Now please enjoy all this previous BART coverage dating back like a decade…

1984 and startup workplace environments in 2017

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Via the world-famous Molly Young, a “[p]assage in 1984 that could also describe most start-up workplace environments in 2017″:

In principle a Party member had no spare time, and was never alone except in bed. It was assumed that when he was not working, eating, or sleeping, he would be taking part in some kind of communal recreations; to do anything that suggested a taste for solitude, even to go for a walk by yourself, was always slightly dangerous. There was a word for it in Newspeak: ownlife, it was called, meaning individualism and eccentricity.

Is it true?

[link] [Unrelated photos also by Molly Young]

Screaming advice


[via Melissa]

Evict who?

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And our ol’ pal Alejandro knows what happens next:

Then he’ll move to Oakland or L.A. har har harrrrrrr 🤘💀


What to do for St. Patrick’s Day in the Mission

1.) Shamrocks & Headlocks at Verdi Club:


(It’s wrestling at the legendary Verdi Club! What more do you need to know?)

2.) Lord of the Zings at the Knockout:


(Our pal Josh has been before and says it’s a really good time.)

3.) Jameson & Guinness burger at WesBurger:


(Disclaimer: I do some work with Jameson on the side, but that is not why I wanted to post a pic of this burger.)

4.) Roger Niner Karaoke at Pops:


(I noticed Roger Niner Karaoke has a lot of U2, a lot of Pogues, and even some Boomtown Rats and Undertones!)

Game night at St. Francis Fountain, every 2nd Tuesday (including this Tuesday)


Not sure quite what to expect, but an excuse to hang out at St. Francis after hours seems pretty cool. Follow St. Francis Fountain on Facebook for more news like this!

Some ways to TAKE ACTION this week in the Mission

Tuesday: Take Back Your Piece of the Pi(e) Day, hosted by Move Your Money!


Does your bank fund the DAPL and you want OUT?
Do you hate corporate greed?
Do you love pizza?
Then do we have an event for you!

On Pi Day (3.14) Cease & Desist will be hosting our launch party. It’s $8 for unlimited pizza plus a bar fundraiser for Best Frequencies Forever! ++ **FREE BEER!! (see caveat below)**++ Join us to get your questions answered about moving your money and be entertained by livestream DJing moola themed music!

Take back your piece of the pie and MOVE YOUR MONEY. We are encouraging people to move their money out of big banks and into credit unions. Already changed banks? Come celebrate! on Pi Day with Pie!

What can you do to tip the scales of power? MOVE YOUR MONEY! Stop investing in institutions that don’t have your back and start investing in your community by switching to a credit union. It may seem like headache but you can do it in four easy steps.

Visit for more details

**FREE BEER CAVEAT** – It’s Lea Troeh’s 10th year in SF, so she’s sudsidizing a beer for the first 10 folks who show their CU card or cut up their big bank card on the spot!**

[full menu full of vegan and gluten free items will also be available, so come celebrate even if you can't eat pizza]

RSVP and invite your friends!

WEDNESDAY: Call Your Rep, A Telethon Party, hosted by Social Studies SF!


 Call your local representatives to let them know what you’re concerned about. We’ll have talking points, popcorn and drinks.

We’ll be covering issues like
- immigration/Muslim ban
- reproductive rights
- the Supreme Court nomination
- higher driving requirements for ridesharing companies

Just bring your cell phone and some friends!

RSVP and invite your friends!

The Tenderloin was the first gay neighborhood in San Francisco


And this Thursday night, the Tenderloin Museum is hosting a double feature at the Roxie (in the Mission) all about it:

On March 9th, 2017, Tenderloin Museum will host a double feature screening of Gay San Francisco (1965-1970, 30 mins) by Jonathan Raymond, and Meat Rack by Michael Thomas (1970, 70 mins) at the Roxie Theater. Gay San Francisco is a previously lost documentary, and Meat Rack is an underground film with a modern arthouse cult following. Both films depict the early queer movements in the Tenderloin, unveiling the district as the first gay neighborhood in San Francisco. Meat Rack director Michael Thomas in attendance!

More info plus invite your friends and get tickets here!

Big news on 24th Street — Rocko’s Tacos opens this weekend inside Discolandia!

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UPDATE: This event now starts at 6pm due to “unforseen developments,” don’t be late!

Not a whole lot of info yet, but our boy Rocky (of Rocky’s Frybread fame) is doing something new and he’s calling it Rocko’s Tacos, and there’s a grand opening party this Saturday!!! Here’s everything we know:


Oh and we also heard something about “PUNK GUAC” can’t wait!!!!

[Photo by Google Maps]

How ya feelin?

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[via Karina]

Allan Hough

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Biographical Info:

"I joked that living in the Mission would be the end of me. And there were nights where it felt like the case.

One night I went out with my friend Allan to the bar that no one goes to on 16th Street, where I lost half my drink and money on the dance floor. Later we skated down 16th to Evelyn Lee, where I fell off my board and landed on my head as the 22 bus sped past behind me. A sobering moment. At the bar, I sulked and nursed my wounds until Allan put on Amy Winehouse’s 'Valerie.' We danced, he dipped me, and I felt better."

— My pal Valerie, writing about life in the Mission