List of possible things to do on actual Halloween

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1.) You could go to Terror Tuesday at the New Mission and see Day of the Dead at 9:45pm.

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2.) You could go to the The Craft Movie Party at the New Mission at 7pm.

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3.) Or you could go to frickin’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer at the New Mission.

(BONUS: Technically, you could go to all 3 i think.)

Steph Curry eating popcorn enamel pin

This:

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Becomes this:

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Thanks to the fine folks at PSA Press. Get yours here.

Saturday night is “Ladies Night” at Taqueria Vallarta

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Here’s the deal:

Ladies come in between 4p.m. and 7p.m. Buy a Beer and recieve a Free Taco. Also Ladies recieve 10% off your order from 4-7p.m. Dont miss this Saturday!

Every Saturday. RSVP and invite your friends!

(Thanks, Josh!)

Happy Halloween from high above the Mission! Woof!

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[via Jess]

Long-awaited Amos Goldbaum Oakland shirt is finally here and it is pretty sharp!

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For sale online now or on the corner of 23rd and Valencia this weekend!

[via Amos Goldbaum on Twitter]

San Franfuckyou shirt

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And there’s a cool drawing of the Golden Gate Bridge on the front pocket. Get yours here.

[via Porous Walker on Tumblr]

Spend your Friday evening helping the homeless

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The event is called Transitioning from Street to Home: A Night with St. Francis Homelessness Challenge, and it’s tomorrow right after work, with food and drink and live entertainment. Here’s the deal:

Come hear experiences from former/current encampment residents, neighborhood volunteers, and Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge (SFHC) about life in street encampments, humane strategies to support transition and community well-being, and our transitional village micro-pilot at Impact Hub.

This event is a sliding scale of donations ($5-$5,000) to our HandUp Campaign (handup.org/campaigns/sfhctransitionalshelters): No one turned away for lack of funds.

Bring cash donations for food/drinks.

Event Line-up:
6:30-7PM – Live music from Sonny Smith (of Sonny & the Sunsets) SOS Sign-making table, videos, Food/drinks (by donation)

7-7:40PM – Panel presentations with current/former encampment residents, SFHC’s Transitional Sleep and Storage Impact Hub Pilot participants

7:40-7:50 – Maowunyo de Asis presentation on The Village in Oakland

7:50-8PM – Tony Sparks (SF State) presentation on Seattle’s successful permitted encampment/village model

8-8:15PM – SOS (Safe Organized Spaces) Campaign Launch

8:15-9:30 – Join us in Impact Hub’s back lot to view SFHC’s Transitional Sleep and Storage Shelters, meet Pilot participants, and learn how to get involved!

Read on for more details.

Friday afternoon links

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[Photo by Patricia Chang]

Photo of Dolores Park this week

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[via Christian]

Lego Valencia Street

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[Photo and headline by Ariel Dovas]

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