Bay City News

27 Apr 2022

SF Officials Launch $11.4M in Grants to Help Small SF Businesses Recover

As we reopen and work to ensure an equitable recovery, we are also continuing to fund our Community Resource Hubs, which have filled essential needs for so many who have struggled so much during this pandemic.”

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25 Apr 2022

Elon Musk is Officially Buying Twitter

Elon Musk is buying Twitter, according to the company, which announced the transaction Monday. Musk will buy the company for $54.20 per share of common stock in a deal valued at about $44 billion. Twitter, which has its headquarters in San Francisco, will become a private company following the deal,

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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04 Apr 2022

Report: Silicon Valley Residents Left in Droves During Pandemic

by Tran Nguyen Tens of thousands of people left Silicon Valley during the COVID-19 pandemic, but local housing and economics experts aren’t too worried about the mass exodus. The metro area encompassing San Jose, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale lost nearly 43,000 people between April 2020 and July 2021, according to recently released census data. That’s

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04 Apr 2022

Castro Theatre Burglarized Twice Last Week – Possibly by the Same Person

A spokesperson for San Francisco’s historic Castro Theatre said Sunday that it was broken into twice in the same week by the same person. “This is both heartbreaking and galling,” said Mary Conde, Vice President for Bay Area small business Another Planet Entertainment, in a press release. “Why this individual

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31 Mar 2022

MONSTER ANTITRUST SUIT CLAIMS BIG OIL CONSPIRED WITH RUSSIA, OPEC TO LIMIT PRODUCTION

Two dozen individual consumers filed a massive lawsuit Monday in federal court in San Francisco alleging an antitrust conspiracy two years ago by big oil companies to curtail worldwide oil production in order to boost the price of gas. The defendants include Exxon Mobile Corporation, the world’s biggest oil company, Chevron Corporation, Phillips 66 Company, Occidental Petroleum, and a number of smaller oil companies.

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23 Mar 2022

SF Announces Behavioral Health Facility to Help Homeless People Exiting Jail

San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Wednesday announced the opening of a new facility in the city’s South of Market neighborhood for homeless residents transitioning out of the criminal justice system and in need of behavioral health services. The new transitional housing facility, called the Minna Project and located at

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21 Mar 2022

California May Become “Sanctuary” for People Fleeing Texas and Florida

By Emily Hoeven California’s Democratic leaders have a message for Texans and Floridians opposed to their states’ stances on abortion, LGBTQ rights and gun control: You’re more than welcome in the Golden State. The latest offering came from Democratic state Sen. Scott Wiener of San Francisco, who on Thursday announced

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16 Mar 2022

Mayor Breed Introduces Legislation to Permanently Close JFK Drive

By Katy St. Clair A section of John F. Kennedy Drive in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park could be moving closer to being permanently closed to vehicle traffic after Mayor London Breed introduced legislation Tuesday to authorize the change. The proposal to close 1.5 miles of JFK Drive came before

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