Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party is back to celebrate our San Francisco summer and the neighborhood we love. This year we have partnered with our neighbor, the Mission Language and Vocational School (MLVS) for their fundraiser and special brunch to dedicate the MLVS building in the memory of their beloved long time director, Rosario Anaya.
If you've been to a club anytime recently there's a good chance Richie Panic was there either in the DJ booth himself or supporting fellow musicians and friends. He's a man about town and has been a major staple in the San Francisco nightlife scene for over a decade.
In the heart of San Francisco’s oldest, yet ever-changing, neighborhood known as the Mission District, lies the bustling 20th Street Corridor. This microhood located between Potrero Avenue and Van Ness is a hub for artistic collaboration, amazing eats, and fun activities for the cool kids and the kids at heart.
Kim Reyes sat down with MLVS Executive Director, Daniel Brajkovich to explore how MLVS works on a day to day and their goals for the upcoming years. This Mission institution, located on 19th and Florida has been helping the community for decades. Together, Noise Pop and MLVS want to put a spotlight on the Mission, both its history and how we can support our beloved community.