The Heated

Thanks for a great 2012 season

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We’d like to extend a huge thank you to all of our amazing vendors for making this 2012 season the best one yet! We’re also happy to announce that next year MCM will move to a year-round format, opening for the 2013 season on January 17th.

We’re excited to share with you the result of a project that we’ve been a part of during the past few months. As a part of a special collaboration between MCM and students from the ENGAGE program at the California College of the Arts, eight of our vendors were profiled in a beautifully-designed book called Neighboring Greatness which offers a glimpse into what makes MCM so special. The book is available now for purchase.

We’d like to extend our deepest gratitude to everyone who participated in this project. Thanks to all the vendors who agreed to be a part of this book, participated in interviews, and hosted students at their farms and businesses so that their story could be told. Thanks go out to Hale Apple Farm, Yerena Farms, Twin Girls Farm, Emmy’s Pickles and Jams, En Vie Naturals, The Heated, ZIA Designs, and Chaac-Mool.

Thanks also go out to all the students who helped make this project possible, as well as their professor Jenny Mullins.

Zoe Brozman
Mike Bucci
Megan Darrough
James T. Edmondson
Danielle Galante.
Alison Gold
Cailin  Holmes
Henry Huckabay
Robin Kim

Peter L’Abbe
Christie Lee
Eileena Q. Long
Lydia Park
Taylor Patton
Ming Sit
Georgia Wilson
Megan Yamanaka
David Yamato

Thank you once again for an amazing 2012 season, and we’ll see you in January!

Mission Community Market 8/11 – Dave’s Apples, Sang Matiz, and The Heated!

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It’s been another great day at the Market! Hope everyone got a chance to snag a few of Dave’s Apples and check out Cristina Espinosa’s designs from her band The Heated. And speaking of bands, what a great duet performance by Sang Matiz! We hope you all had a great time yesterday and for those who couldn’t make it out this week you can still check out photos of what went down yesterday! Until next time, see you at the next Market!

Local Biz Spotlight: the Heated

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The Heated
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!