On one block of one street in San Francisco’s mission district neighbors and friends share a bond over their beloved San Francisco 49ers. Every Sunday they come together as a community and celebrate, win or lose. Today, Super Bowl LIV, was no exception. They celebrated until they couldn’t anymore as the 49ers lost a close game to the Kansas City Chiefs. But as the reality took hold of everyone a voice echoed out in the chilly night air, “next year, we’ll be back next year. It was a great season.” Their loyalty to their team could not be shaken but more importantly their loyalty to the neighborhood and community won on this Sunday. I was a stranger with a camera there to capture their joy and sorrow. I was welcomed in with open arms. I was fed, embraced, joked with, like I had lived there for years. Neighborhoods like this are becoming increasingly hard to find, but where they exist They are wonderful.