Social media is piling on a new local TV station report about how “luxury condos overlook city’s worst squalor,” with some mocking how the issue is framed, and others eager to lodge the insult “Pelosiland.”
The Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin took to Californios before taking the Outside Lands stage last weekend, and staff at the two-Michelin starred California Mexican restaurant described him as “a polite and nice person.”
Plans to build affordable housing at the troubled ex-McDonald’s are still on, though much delayed, but the city just scrapped plans to put a homeless drop-in center there during the interim.
The temporary outdoor Just Add Music permits have bars’ and venues’ parklets bustling, but nearby residents are lodging complaints, often with dog-whistle grievances over “thuggy” crowds.
While initial reports described “no reported injuries” in a shooting that also hit Ritual Roasters and several cars, SFPD announced Sunday that one victim has been shot and suffered “life-threatening injuries.”
False claim of Target closing Metreon store spreads on right-wing media before truth can put pants on
An erroneous claim that Target is closing its downtown San Francisco Metreon location was picked up by conservative media, but shot down by a simple email from a Chronicle reporter who asked the company.
The SF Board of Supervisors gave the final green light to the Grubstake Diner’s six-year quest to rebuild with a towering condo complex on top, denying the neighboring condo residents’ appeal over shadows and historical resources.