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26 May 2020

Dolores Park Crowd Does Good Social Distancing, Despite Spring Fever

The Memorial Day Weekend storming of Gay Beach posed great risk in the age of coronavirus,  but the throngs who showed up at Dolores Park this weekend socially distanced pretty well. This despite that many of these barely-clothed hot people had not been sexually aroused by anything other than a

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22 May 2020

Thieves Tavern & Blind Cat are Closing

Yet another major bummer of an announcement. On the heels of the closing of The Stud comes the shutting down of two more bars that I love. I got my start bartending in the Thieves family of bars. I was part of the crew that opened up Dear Mom back

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21 May 2020

They’re Removing the Pedestrian Bridge at Geary & Steiner on Memorial Day Weekend

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

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21 May 2020

SF’s New Pedestrian Streets & Possible ‘Outdoor Dining’ Areas

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).

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20 May 2020

The Stud, SF’s Oldest Queer Bar, is Closing

Goddamnit. This one hurts. The Stud is closing. Goddamnit. First opened in 1966, The Stud has had lived in multiple locations over the past 54 but it’s been in its current location on 9th Street for quite some time now. In fact, it was set to close for good in

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20 May 2020

The Stork Club in Oakland Has Closed Down

Coronavirus has struck again and this time the casualty is the 102 year old Stork Club in Oakland. The storied venue has hosted just about every imaginable type of performance over the past century, so this is a big blow to the Oakland creative scene. The news broke yesterday when the

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20 May 2020

Unhoused Mission Man Brutally Stabbed, Now His Neighbor Helps Him Survive

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

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19 May 2020

Anyone Living in SF Can Get A FREE COVID Test

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

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