No Sleep ’Til York Street



Love your Pops? Now you can show the world! Hop on Pops and get our brand new tee-shirts and sweatshirts.  Represent your favorite bar around San Francisco and go nowhere fast with us! Tees are $20 & Sweatshirts are $50, available at Pops Bar right now.

Check out this week’s entertainment line up at Pops Bar.


Golden Hydrant pin

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By PSA Press:

This is the legend of the Golden Fire Hydrant, the miraculous fireplug that saved the Mission District of San Francisco in 1906.

When San Francisco burst into flames in the days following the disastrous 1906 earthquake, much of the city’s network of fire hydrants failed. Miraculously this hydrant, nicknamed “little giant,” is said to have been the only functioning hydrant and is credited with saving the historic Mission District neighborhood.

It stands on the southwest corner of Dolores Park to this day and is painted with a fresh coat of gold paint each April 18th.

Get yours here.

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


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

[via Porous Walker on Tumblr]

SF fashion vs. NYC fashion

Local fashion blog SF Looks is now defunct — but the crew has relocated to New York and started a new endeavor called NYC Looks, and it’s pretty good:

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Read on to see what Antonio has to say about his look.

And please enjoy all the times we spotlighted an SF Looks look back in the day…

Happy Fourth!

From all of us at Mission Mission and our good pal DJ Tristes Tropiques…

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Fashion at Burger Boogaloo vs. fashion at Phono del Sol

Both take place in the early summer at smallish neighborhood parks (Boogaloo at Mosswood Park in Oakland, and Phono at Potrero del Sol here in the Mission), and both do a great job of mixing local talent with exciting touring acts (Boogaloo’s headliner this time was Iggy Pop and Phono’s was Oh Sees)

Mai from Fashionist was there for both. Can you guess which is which??…….



Click through to Fashionist for more from both festivals, and elsewheres.

Adobe Books enamel pins, now available at Adobe Books

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[via PSA Press on Instagram]

Dunno about Bay to Breakers but here are some cool vintage Bay to Breakers shirts

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[via Tess]

Thrift Town enamel pin (RIP Thrift Town)

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A big one from PSA Press. Here’s the official description:

RIP Thrift Town SF.

The iconic two story thrift store has closed its doors after 45 years in the Mission District of San Francisco (where PSA Press calls home). We recreated their sign in true vintage style for this special release.

In keeping with Thrift Town’s objective to give back to the community it served, proceeds from the sale of this pin will go to the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, an organization that has been promoting, preserving, and developing cultural arts in the Mission District since 1977. ( )

Thrift Town helped to raise over $250M for local schools and nonprofit organizations in their communities.

Get yours here.

Now please enjoy these past posts about pins or Thrift Town…