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14 Apr 2021

San Francisco Moves Forward with Drug Sobering Center

San Francisco city officials on Wednesday announced plans to move forward with opening a drug sobering center under a pilot program for people under the influence of drugs such as methamphetamine or fentanyl. Efforts to open the center are part of the city’s Mental Health SF plan, an initiative to

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11 Apr 2021

SF School District to Reopen Some Schools on Monday

San Francisco Unified School District announced Saturday that multiple early education, elementary and county school sites will reopen Monday for in-person learning. Superintendent Vincent Matthews said 11 early education preschool sites, 22 elementary schools and three county schools will open their doors. All 107 schools in the district are expected

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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10 Apr 2021

‘Boogaloo’ Group Members Accused of Deleting Evidence Related Bay Area Police Murders

By Daniel Montes A federal grand jury in San Francisco Friday indicted four men, all allegedly members of an extremist militia group, in connection with a scheme to destroy digital files and online chats linked to the 2020 murder of a federal security officer in Oakland. In May 2020, a

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06 Apr 2021

San Francisco Sunday Streets Are Back This Weekend!

After a pandemic-cancelled 2020, a program returns to San Francisco this month that promotes health and wellness by eliminating cars from some streets for a day. The Sunday Streets program — a collaboration between multiple city agencies, MUNI and the non-profit Livable City — will relaunch in a limited fashion

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05 Apr 2021

How Some Bay Area Musicians Have Kept the Music Alive During COVID

By Woody Weingarten COVID-19 financially crippled many hundreds of Bay Area arts-and-entertainment performers over the past year. The “starving musicians” category swelled exponentially, for example, because many lacked digital skills needed to overcome gig loss triggered by in-person venues closing. Noteworthy exceptions exist, however. Pianist-singer Mike Greensill, a widower who lives

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02 Apr 2021

Ice Cube Sues Financial App Robinhood for Trademark Infringement

O’Shea Jackson, the rapper, film star and entrepreneur better known as Ice Cube, filed suit Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco against the Menlo Park-based securities trading platform Robinhood Markets, Inc. and its affiliate, Robinhood Financial LLC.

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27 Mar 2021

BART is Distributing Short Stories for Free at 3 Stations

Looking for something to read on BART? The transit agency has installed dispensers at the Richmond, Fruitvale and Pleasant Hill stations that spit out short stories for free. It’s part of a partnership with Short Edition, the company that makes the dispensers and puts together the short stories. The kiosks

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26 Mar 2021

All Californians 16 and Older Are Eligible for Vaccine Starting April 15th

by Eli Walsh California will open COVID-19 vaccine access to all residents age 16 and up on April 15 based on expected increases in the supply of vaccine doses, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday. Vaccine doses will first become available statewide to residents age 50 and over on April 1,

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