street: this motorcycle-friendly bar sits on what used to be 24th street's scariest corner.
santaneca de la mission: the down-home cooking is just as good as ever at this long-standing spot.
productions hosts drag queen story hour with the san francisco public library./parades: three times a year, the mission hosts carnaval-style parades, which begin at 24th and bryant streets and proceed along 24th street and up mission street.
kessels has curated exhibitions such as loving your pictures at rencontres internationales de la photographie arles.
palma mexicatessan: this mexican food shop and taqueria distinguishes itself by grinding its own corn to make fresh masa for truly remarkable tortillas, which the la palma staff shape and grill behind the counter.
but the menu, which features sandwiches, soups and salads, is moderately priced, and a yummy sundae runs just under .
's a bart station at 24th and mission, and parking in the area can be challenging.
each year, the larry sultan visiting artist program brings six photographers, writers, and curators to san francisco to offer free and open lectures, and to work one-on-one with students at california college of the arts.
the church entrance is on alabama street, near 24th street.
attic: nestled next to a religious statuary and candle shop on 24th street, a scant 20 paces up from mission street, lies the attic.
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24 photography is pleased to present the larry sultan visiting artist program in collaboration with california college of the arts and the san francisco museum of modern art.