San Francisco is a city of symbols. We’re iconic for a bunch of shit we don’t really live up to. The current situation London Breed has found herself in relation to the LGBTQIA+ Pride Parade is emblematic of the issues facing San Francisco itself If you’ve been following national media
Hey San Francisco, I’m here to give you last week’s news, and one item from over the weekend stands out: Stuart got hitched! Congratulations Stuart, enjoy the ride. There’s a lot of other stuff to catch up on, so let’s get right to it… State of the city Mayor Breed
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According to the SF Department of Public Health (SFDPH), San Francisco is seeing a decline in accidental drug overdose deaths for the first time in three years. Last Wednesday, January 19, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) released a year’s worth of monthly reports that show promise for
By Ian Firstenberg Last week, Assemblymember David Chiu was appointed to take on the role as San Francisco’s city attorney after 20-year incumbent Dennis Herrera announced he will leave to head up the embattled Public Utilities Commission. Chiu is expected to step down on Oct. 31. The vacancy requires Gov.
It takes a small army to keep San Francisco International Airport running day in and day out, with the total on-site workforce estimated at more than 46,000 people shortly before the pandemic hit. As of Tuesday, all of those workers are required to be fully vaccinated. In a first-of-its-kind U.S.
Pride Month is officially here! The city will be lit up with the iconic Twin Peaks Pink Triangle Tuesday night, marking the first day of Pride Month. The symbolic torch is making its way from Oakland to San Francisco with a meandering series of celebrations and the torch-bearing procession that
In short, indoor dinning at 25% capacity, indoor gyms at 10% capacity, indoor museums, zoos & aquariums at 25% capacity. Even the GG park ferris wheel is will reopen! And they are lifting the 10pm curfew!
On the heels of Monday morning’s announcement that California has lifted its stay-at-home orders, Mayor London Breed just announced Monday afternoon that outdoor dining can resume on Thursday, January 28. She also added that hair salons and nail salons can also resume indoor business Thursday, as long as mask and