San Francisco's largest ever ad campaign, "Always in San Francisco," aims to counter negative media portrayal and attract tourists and conventioneers back to the city. The $6 million "full funnel" campaign, funded in partnership with Visit California, the city's Office of Economic and Workforce Development, and industry stakeholders, targets key markets with decision-makers and event planners across the nation. Shots of iconic sites such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Ferry Building, and Castro Theatre are featured in the 60-second TV spot. SF Travel emphasizes the bold, inviting, and playful heart of San Francisco, countering a decline in convention business even before the pandemic. Continue reading on SFist →
Focus on San Francisco's Quirky & Fun Nature, Say SF Tourism Board Promotion
14 SF Bay Area Subway Restaurants Fined $1M for 'Endangering Minors,' Labor Violations in Napa, Antioch, Concord & Beyond
Bay Area Subway franchise operators face a court order demanding nearly $1 million in wages and damages, with a mandate to sell or shut down their businesses, as a result of egregious labor violations and exploitation of underage workers.
Las Vegas Man Arrested in Legendary Killing of Tupac Shakur Who Called New York, Marin City, & Los Angeles Home
Born in N.Y. and raised in the S.F. Bay Area, Tupac Shakur has been known as one of the greatest rappers of all time. He was inextricably tied to Los Angeles but met his sad end in an infamous drive by shooting in Las Vegas. Today, an individual has been arrested in connection to that shooting.
In the wake of Senator Dianne Feinstein's passing, her influential career and Gov. Gavin Newsom's crucial decision on her replacement are examined, with pressure on Newsom to fulfill his previous promise of appointing a Black woman to Senate.