Mission and Surrounding Neighborhoods Before Human Settlement

Before the fancy restaurants opened there, before the Victorian buildings came into…

Damn, Trick Dog! Back at it Again.

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Know Your Street Art: The Fruit seller

For decades, FLAX Art & Design and its “happening” aisles of art…

Revolution Lane

Expect dissent in the aftermath of this election. Expect it to be…

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Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris is an art-goer’s dream spot — a…

Shepard Fairey Schools Us in Civics

“I’m a huge Diet Coke drinker,” Shepard Fairey says. “I’ve been switching…

The Renaissance Rhino: Illustrator Nick Sirotich Talks About Animals, Monsters, and Survival

When Nick Sirotich was a kid, him and his sister used to…

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Artist Channels Positive Aspects of Mexico Through new Mural in the Mission

Bad news is all that many people hear coming from Mexico these…

    Tue Aug 16th, 2011 9:00am By Caroline Chen

200-Year-Old Mission Dolores Mural Will Be Brought Back to Life on a Market Wall

The Mission District's murals are, by definition, the most public of art,…

    Fri Feb 18th, 2011 3:30pm By Lauren Smiley