Tenderloin station police have been busy in the weeks since our last roundup, including several robberies at gunpoint, a 15-hour standoff, and a machete attack.
The first weekend of March brings a bevy of festivals and fairs, celebrating everything from crystals to chocolate to colorful tulips.
Over the holidays, Tenderloin officers responded to multiple robberies at gunpoint, including one in which a teen was robbed via a smartphone app.
A German-inspired bakery to open Hayes Valley, a holiday-themed pop-up bar opens for December in collaboration with Toys for Tots, and a tapas bar expands its hours to serve lunch.
An art-themed bar on the Divisadero Corridor celebrates 15 years with events, a to-go eatery plans to soon open its 10th San Francisco location, and and a Westfield Mall-based restaurant shutters.
Police stationed in the Tenderloin District arrested a man after he attacked a woman with a milk crate late last month, and responded to multiple assaults on women over 60 years old.