Alex Mak - Managing Editor
The 3rd precinct police station in Minneapolis was set ablaze by protesters on Thursday night as protests across the city continued for their third consecutive day. The protests were sparked by the killing of an unarmed black citizen named George Floyd, by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. A video surfaced
SF Mayor London Breed announced a tentative date (June 15th) to allow “Outdoor dining including restaurants and bars with food”. On June 15, the following businesses will be allowed to reopen provided they follow social distancing guidelines. Live sport (without fans), indoor retail, religious services, manufacturing, doctors and dentist offices
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
UC Hastings filed a federal lawsuit against the City of San Francisco on May 4th, to to demand the City clear the Tenderloin of its ‘homelessness encampments’ and ‘open-air drug sales’. A group of UC Hastings students and alumni have now published an open letter to the Dean, expressing their
The rules of Karen are simple yet versatile. Anyone can be Karen with the right attitude and haircut.
This Memorial Day weekend the pedestrian overpass at Geary and Steiner will be permanently removed. And replaced with crosswalks and pedestrian friendly lights. Beginning at 8:00 p.m. Friday evening on May 22, the area around Geary Boulevard and Steiner Street will be closed to traffic while crews work to demolish the bridge. Work will
A map of all the slow streets currently implemented (red), along with the ones who will be slow streets soon (Blue), and the streets currently being studied and reviewed for outdoor seating areas for restaurants on the street, parking spots, and sidewalks (Purple).
The ‘shelter in place’ order is impossible to follow for the thousands of San Franciscans who have no shelter. During a pandemic, people living on the streets have it worse than ever. Shelters have been closed, and demand for food banks has exploded as tens of thousands of San Franciscans
If you have COVID symptoms or believe you’ve been exposed, you can get a COVID 19 test now in San Francisco whether you have health insurance or not. Here is a directory and map of testing sites. All other info is bellow. Via sf.gov Getting a test in San Francisco Testing