Open workshop and other community celebrations



This week the community bid farewell to the more than a century old restaurant, the Roosevelt Tamale Parlor. Unfortunately, he never quite recovered from the pandemic, even though the team tried everything. But at the same time, we’re seeing more new restaurants, like Soft-Open Cauliflower, on 16th Street. Try their featured “Dolores Bacon” and appreciate the works of art of Nick di Tomasso.

The SFPD has just launched a new complaint portal, intended to allow citizens to view the status of their case and submit documents for case reviews or investigative hearing requests.

If you need a COVID-19 or Monkeypox vaccination, visit the vaccination site at 24th and Capp Street on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Appointments are recommended. The staff is bilingual in English and Spanish. Visit our bilingual vaccines page here.

Opening of the CE EVENING art exhibition

Art lovers cannot miss the opening reception for a new exhibition at the contemporary art gallery Sin Título, “Magic, Mystery, Mastery: The Art of Oaxaca”. It’s TONIGHT, 5-8 p.m. at 418 Sutter St. More info here.

Book to read tomorrow

Deyci Carrillo, a Mexican author who shares her love and experience through poems, will read sections of her book “Entre la miel y el Fuego”. Join us to listen, reflect, discuss and build community at 12 p.m. tomorrow together.

This event is organized by the Latino Working Group Immigration Committee. The address is 701 Alabama St.

Please email Ivan Corado-Vega at ivan@mlvs.org or call 415-574-9918 to RSVP.

Don’t know what to do this weekend? Check the list and mark your calendar.

Art Explosion Fall Open Studios

This weekend, more than 100 artists will open their studios and some at 2425 17th St and 744 Alabama St. The time is from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Painters, sculptors, photographers, fashion designers and jewelers will be present, so there will be something for every type of art lover. Come meet the artists in their studios and enjoy a personal exhibition of their art.

Want to get a first look at all the works of art? The free opening gala will take place on Friday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

They have already posted some on Facebook.

More studio events by artists will take place next month, as ArtSpan’s SF Open Studios (SFOS) program will continue through Sunday, November 13. ArtLaunch will return, which is an in-person launch celebration within the SFOS exhibit at SOMArts Cultural Center.

Check more details here and save the date!

Sour Cherry Book Fair

Book Fair & Pop-up from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday. Sour Cherry Comics near Guerrero St & 16 St wil will be hosting a book sale event, in collaboration with five local artists.

Want to get $5 Mystery Comic Bag? Half price books and graphic novels? Other prices? Go to the store, and don’t forget to bring your mask.

Community celebration “Corazón a la Mission” postponed

As Yujie reported last week, there is a series of eight huge photos on Folsom and 24th streets. Guess what? Almost all of the faces in the portraits will be there in real life, along with flowers, prayers, Aztec dances and Brazilian samba music.

Come participate in the community celebration “Corazón a la Mission” this Saturday at 3 p.m. It was postponed due to rain last weekend.

Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival

Curious to know more about old printing tools? The San Francisco Center for the Book’s 19th Annual Roadworks Steamroller Print Festival is back for another one-day public printmaking and book arts event. Activities include hands-on printmaking and book arts activities, demonstrations, retail vendors and live printings on Rhode Island Street.

It’s a family event. Good opportunities to bring your children to see how texts and illustrations are printed on paper! It’s Sunday, September 25, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
More information about this free event can be found here.

Folsom Street Fair 2022

The biggest leather event in the world takes place this Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. You can expect to see many amazing people doing what they love.

Hundreds of vendors and performers will be on 9th Street between Folsom and Howard Streets. More information can be found here and here.

Let’s enjoy the city’s diverse subculture!

Pacific Coast Fog Party

If you want a day trip, Palmetto Ave in Pacifica will be a good choice this weekend.

Fog Fest kicks off Saturday morning at 10 a.m. with the Discover Pacifica Parade and Marching Band Competition. Then stick around and enjoy over 200 arts and crafts stalls and vendors, food and drink stalls and live music on 3 stages, a family festival and a variety of other activities . Check more information here.

More arts next week

Juanita: 30 years MORE!

Juanita: 30 years MORE! will be on view at the SFAC Main Gallery in the War Memorial Veterans Building from September 30 to November 12, 2022.

This is an exhibition that highlights and celebrates the revolutionary and radical work of San Francisco drag icon, Juanita MORE! A curated selection of photographs, posters, over 40 original commissioned artworks and dresses offer a rare glimpse into Juanita’s extraordinary and fabulous life, representing only a fraction of the thousands of objects in her archive. personal.

The opening celebration will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, September 30. More info here.

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