Thanksgiving dinners, holiday markets and movies



Happy Thanksgiving people! Welcome to the last week of November.

Two weeks after Election Night, every vote was counted. Check out the final data and map results and Joe Eskenazi’s column explaining all the details.

If you’re curious about who your neighbors voted for, Will Jarrett has created a search tool where you can type your address (or any city address) and see local borough results.

The 41st Annual Encuentro Concert will be held at The Chapel on December 12th. 4th

Notice of an upcoming fundraiser

The fundraiser of Acción Latina, Encuentro del Canto Popular, will be held at the Chapel on Sunday 12 December. 4 at 6pm. Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to spin all night! You can get tickets and see more information here.

And don’t miss the Calixto Robles exhibit in the Juan R. Fuentes Gallery at the entrance to El Tecolote at 2958 24th St. You can read more about Robles here.

Belly up to the bar for a final drink with the original owner of Kilowatt

This week, Kilowatt founder Peter Athanas decided to retire after running the 16th Street dive bar for 28 years. A new group of bartenders from popular Potrero Hill music venues have already applied for ownership and will likely bring back live music. Read Eleni Balakrishnan’s story to find out about Athanas’ most amazing nights at the bar.

Try some Korean snacks

On Valencia Street, a new boba and Korean snack shop opened two weeks ago. You can find drinks and chobop, a Korean version of sushi, in the shop. Meet the owner, Ina Jungin Lee, via Annika Hom’s report here.

Tired of queuing for the bathroom in El Rio?

Here is the possibility to make a contribution for two new bathrooms. They want to raise $125,000 to make that goal come true in 2023. Help them provide more space for the community!

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