Category: mission life

  • La Ventana on 24th Street

    La Ventana on 24th Street

    La Ventana is a pop-up coffee shop located out of the front window of Donaji on 24th Street. They serve fantastic coffee and like to put their own unique twist on classic drinks. My favorite item is the Top Rico, an iced americano served in Topo Chico brand soda water, with anise and a housemade…

  • “The Doctor”, a New Coffee Drink At La Lucha in San Francisco

    “The Doctor”, a New Coffee Drink At La Lucha in San Francisco

    Did you miss out on the limited edition Doctor Popular Sandwich at Ike’s Place or the DocPopGurt at YoCup Frozen Yogurt? Well now is your chance to try the newest Doc Pop-themed food item; The Doctor! The Doctor is an iced americano served with sparkling water and an orange & vanilla simple syrup. It’s available…

  • The Return of Dorkbot SF

    The Return of Dorkbot SF

    After 3 years of virtual-meetups, Dorkbot SF had it’s first in-person meetup since the pandemic. Dorkbot is a series of discussions by artists, scientists, and geeks about making cool things with electricity. Last night’s Dorkbot was in Noisebridge, a legendary hackerspace in the heart of the Mission District. Kal Spelletich and Jonathan Foote- “Pouring Voice…

  • Another Yo-Yo Video from San Francisco

    Another Yo-Yo Video from San Francisco

    I’ve recently released a new yo-yo called the Populist, which meant it was time to make another yo-yo video. This one was shot around the Mission District in San Francisco. It’s been really windy here lately, so I shot most of these clips in the early morning, which gives the video a really moody/foggy feel.…

  • Hair And Heavy Metal- a Mobile Salon in San Francisco

    Hair And Heavy Metal- a Mobile Salon in San Francisco

    An interview with Donnelle, the owner of Hair and Heavy Metal, a mobile salon in San Francisco.

  • Weasl

    Weasl

    San Francisco graffiti artists like Ribity, Twist, and Reminisce, made names for themselves by painting recognizable images as their tags instead of letters. At the moment, one of SF’s most prolific taggers is an artist named Weasl who tags iconic animal drawing on walls in a classic 2-color “throw-up” style. And here are a few…