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Ah Nuts! Mission Almond Discount!

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Next time you stop by the Winters Fruit Tree stand you may go, well…a little nuts. That is because this small family business carries a billion varieties and flavors, from butter-toffee almonds to italian herb pistachios. And you can still find the classic raw, roasted and salted varieties. To give your salads or party bowls a kick then throw in some chili-lemon and teriyaki infusions! This week and next, show YOUR LOVE for the MISSION and get a a 20% …

MCM Preserves Tradition (4) – Coastside Farms

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Lend me your Ear: Corn is Here!

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You know how every time you see “Mission Mercado” you see a stylish block print of corn / maize, the 10,000-year-old staple of the Americas? Well now you can taste a fresh bit of ancient history every Thursday! Welcome Brentwood’s own G&S Farms to MCM! Emilio Ghiggeri planted the first sweet corn in Brentwood in the 1940s when the area was known primarily for its production of lettuce, apricots, and melons. The farm became G&S (Ghiggeri and Stonebarger) Farms in …

Music This Week: Sang Matiz!

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Beautiful music will fill the streets this week with Sang Matiz, San Francisco’s own Latin Fusion band with members hailing from …. everywhere! Try Peru, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Iran and here, to name a few. Their name is a combination of two words: Sang, meaning blood in French and Matiz, meaning “Harmonious Mixture” in Spanish. The band adopted this name because of the diverse cultural and musical backgrounds of its members. Sang Matiz uses elements of Rumba Flamenca, Cumbia, R&B;, …

Local Biz Spotlight: the Heated

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The Heated’s Cristina is a local artist, designer, musician and all-around awesomist. Check out her designs and locally-printed tea towels, aprons and totes. Welcome back Cristina!