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Join 48 Hills for a sunny Salsa Sundays fundraising party, March 22

48 HIlls fundraising party at El Rio
Let’s get together, have some fun, and keep Bay Area independent media alive!

Tim Redmond, Marke B, and the whole crew at 48 Hills invite you to a springtime fundraising party on Sunday afternoon, March 22. We’ll be joining forces with El Rio’s Salsa Sundays for a great party + fundraiser to help keep Bay Area independent media alive!

Enjoy afternoon sunshine, great live salsa tunes, delicious cocktails, surprise special guests, yummy snacks, a raffle of your dreams, and more on the patio of El Rio in the Mission. PLUS you’ll help support the new 48 Hills site redesign and the future of alternative voices in the Bay Area.

Sunday, March 22, 3pm-8m, $8 before 4pm/$10 after. Further donations encouraged!  Salsa dance lesson at 3:15pm. El Rio, 3158 Mission, SF. www.elriosf.com


Every 2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon, El Rio bar in the Mission hosts some of the best Salsa, Merengue and Cumbia bands from the Bay Area on its fabulous patio. DJEmotions spins on the patio! 3:15 Free Dance Class with Karla. 3pm doors. $8 before 4pm and $10 after. Bands play from 4-8pm

Every Salsa Sunday, El Rio donates all door proceeds from 3-4p to a different not for profit group. Everything to local neighborhood groups to LGBT agencies. March 22’s beneficiary is 48 Hills. Sunday Salsa is the longest running Live Salsa Dance Party in SF, going strong for 33+ years

Bernal. Potrero. San Miguel. Telegraph. There are 47 named hills in San Francisco – and as those of us who have spent our lives fighting for social and economic justice know, there’s always one more hill to climb.

That’s the genesis of 48 Hills, a new online publication that will report on, expose, and explore the ups and downs of a great city – the stories that don’t make the MSM, the adventures you’ve never heard of, the secrets of making this your home.

48hills is the progressive daily that San Francisco has always needed. Not a blog, not a content aggregator, but a place where you can read original work by reporters and critics who know the city. Breaking news, analysis, investigative reporting, cutting-edge arts and culture … that’s 48hills.

We are a nonprofit venture, under the auspices of the San Francisco Progressive Media Center, with a community-based board and a mission to serve a city battered by evictions, displacement, and economic inequality. We are unafraid of controversy, proud of our politics, owned by no investors, driven not by profit but by a passion for journalism that matters.

If you like what we’re doing, and want to contribute, you can go here:


Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.
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