the Mission

Mission kid nearly misses full ride to Princeton because gentrification

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Looking for Indio in the Mission

El Tecolote is proud to announce a new collaboration with literary artist, community activist and Mission resident Adriana Camarena tilted “Unsettled/Inquietos.” For her opening essay, she profiles a longtime Mission resident known as Indio.

The artist restoring his iconic mural at age 80

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The street painter of the Mission – Anthony Holdsworth

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