On May 31 a new candidate entered the San Francisco political disarray to help set things straight. Duke Ellington Morris joined SFO’s Wag Brigade, making him the first cat to work in those hallowed halls. The Wag Brigade, for those uninitiated, is a therapy animal outfit that patrols the airport
In August, a traveler from China had to abandon his six-month-old German Shepard at San Francisco International Airport. Now that puppy has a home. The pup’s original owner failed to provide his pet’s vaccination record. According to the CDC, the rule pertains to animals coming from nations where rabies infections
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You think you know a lot about San Francisco? Well let’s see how many of these fun facts you already had stored in your noggin. You’re about to be so much better at SF trivia. 1. Alcatraz was the only federal prison to offer hot-water showers, supposedly to dissuade prisoners
About 1,000 fast food workers are on strike Monday morning at San Francisco International Airport, according to the union representing the workers. The workers, represented by Unite Here Local 2, started striking at 3:30 a.m. Workers want a substantial pay raise and fully funded healthcare because their current pay forces
About 200 San Francisco International Airport workers are planning to protest Wednesday in a call for affordable health care, and they’re likely to get a good deal of attention on one of the heaviest travel days in the past two years. The people protesting are cashiers and food service employees
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.
Sundays are generally relaxed, hangover days. But the party was apparently still going for one passenger on a JetBlue JFK-SFO flight this past Sunday, as KGO reports that flight was diverted because of a drug-snorting passenger without a mask or shoes, who was also verbally abusive to other passengers, groped
There’s a bunch of fun, interesting, artsy extravaganzas happening all over San Francisco this July. The next couple weeks are garden parties, world class workshops, world records, opera auditions, and of course music, dancing & costumes all over the place. It’s time to get out there and mix it up with thousands of other beautiful bay area weirdos.