Under a canopy of papel picado and the groove of electric guitars and congas, the Mission District of San Francisco celebrated the life and legacy of musicians Carlos and Jorge Santana and their families, consecrating them as local legends with the unveiling of a vibrant fresco Friday.
The musicians, best known for the Latin rock groups Santana and Malo, took root in the Mission in the 1960s, bringing with them from Mexico a passion for their craft and a desire to make San Francisco their own, said family members and officials at the ceremony.
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