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The Smile Center

Few people look forward to a trip to the dentist, but it doesn’t have to be an ordeal. Dr. Debbane and his friendly staff at The Smile Center will take care of you. They have been serving the Mission District for close to thirty years now and recently re-located to swankier digs. The new office is equipped with the latest in dental technology including all digital x-rays, which provides close to a ninety-percent reduction in radiation, don’t you know. The Smile Center always use the latest procedures in order to minimize patient referrals for specialists that can be costly and inconvenient. Dr. Debbane and his staff also provide the latest in implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and even braces. He is the only one that will treat you from start to finish to maintain those pearly whites with the a consistently high level of treatment.

2780 Mission St. | (415) 641-1001

 

 


 

Rock Candy

Not your average candy store, the adorable Rock Candy Snack Shop is an emporium full of all things delicious and indulgent, including vegan and non-vegan goodies to satisfy your sweet tooth, as well as loaded nachos, fried tasty treats, and savory sandos toasted to perfection (housemade onion jam, anyone?) They also have a great selection of unique confections like brownies made with wine flour, chocolate swizzle sticks, and Eye Candy – that is, the current exhibition of dazzling and sometimes-sparkly local art for purchase or simply admiring. Mission gourmands need not travel far for a glycemic boost; Rock Candy is just a hop, skip, and a jump up Bernal – and let’s face it, you’re gonna need the extra cardio.

521 Cortland, SF | (415) 948-7497 | rockcandysnackshop.com

 

 


 

Ayiti: A Story of Love and Resistance at Mission Cultural Center of Latino Arts

Afoutayi Productions and MCCLA present an original performance that explores the secret power of Haitian history through story and a spectacular display of Haitian traditional dance, music and percussion. Ayiti: a Story of Love and Resistance (Ayiti being the indigenous name of the shared island) is the story of Hassen, a Haitian immigrant boy living in San Francisco. Hassen's future is indelibly altered when his grandmothers' stories lead him on a magical journey in which he meets the super heroes of Haitian history and discovers the love and resistance that have guided his people.

This not-to-be-missed production features an all-star cast of Haitian traditional dancers including Fabienne Denis, "Fofo" Pierre, and many others, with art direction by David Solnit. For more details and tickets, visit missionculturalcenter.org or call (415) 821-1155.

Friday, October 19 & Saturday, October 20 at 7pm @ Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission St. | $9-$11

 


Modern Times Bookstore

Comments

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Posted by St Louis Park Locksmith on Apr. 23, 2013 @ 11:19 pm

The Collapse of the New Left? What is that about? (It's mentioned in the Modern Times Bookstore review.)

Posted by Guest on Jun. 03, 2013 @ 11:48 am