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Tommy’s Joynt Hit With Graffiti And Closure Accusations

SAN FRANCISCO— The beloved Tommy's Joynt on Van Ness faced multiple rumors of it's supposed closure on Tuesday, Sept 1. The 73-year-old restaurant has been unusually unresponsive the past week, with their main-line disconnected and the owner, Chris Henry, gone incognito to the pleads and questions of concerned customers. The Hofbrau that normally lights the streets of SF with...

Plastic Shield Give Away Turns Into A Business

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Bay Area-based company, Viral Guard Systems which started to give away plastic shields in March to combat against COVID-19 has turned into a successful business. Viral Guard Systems created droplet guards made of plastic for workers at hotel, restaurant, coffee shop, catering service, bar or other business to keep themselves and customers safe. The types of...

SF’s Moroccan Restaurant Opens Outdoor Dining

SAN FRANCISCO— Moroccan restaurant Aziza has started outdoor dining near Geary Boulevard in San Francisco’s Richmond District, after its closure of indoor dining due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An owner and Michelin-starred chef Mourad Lahlou of Aziza announced it opens outdoor dining on their website. "~BIG NEWS~ aziza's parklet is NOW open for DINNER Wednesday through Sunday BRUNCH on Saturday & Sunday!!!" Dinner is...

Fort Point Reopens On August 29

SAN FRANCISCO—Fort Point National Historic Site will reopen to the public  on August 29, after its closure from March 16 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They will open outdoor sites including the parade ground, casemates on the 2nd and 3rd tier, and the barbette tier, according to the National Park Service (NPS). Fort Point National Historic Site will reopen on each Friday, Saturday,...

SFO To Reopen Concourse “A” September 1

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco International Airport will reopen concourse "A" of its International Terminal on Tuesday, September 1, as they expect more foreign airlines will resume flights in the coming weeks, the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced on August 17. Boarding area A has been closed since April 1, due to the number of flights that were cancelled during the...

Mission Restaurant, “CatHead’s BBQ,” Closes Permanently

SAN FRANCISCO—Takeout and delivery orders were not enough to prevent CatHead’s BBQ restaurant located on 1665 Folsom Street in the northern Mission District, from losing the bulk of its business and ultimately closing permanently. CatHead’s BBQ was featured on the Food Network, and has 1,875 followers on Instagram.  Owners Richard Park, and his wife, Pam, were inspired by their memories...

San Francisco Dim-Sum Restaurant Ton Kiang To Close

SAN FRANCISCO—On Monday, August 17, owner Richard Wong announced that Ton Kiang, his family's dim-sum restaurant and Hakka-style banquet hall, will permanently close at the end of the month, The restaurant is located on Geary Street in San Francisco's Richmond District, where the Wong family has been serving dim-sum to San Franciscans for 40 years. Wong's father Ching Boon Wong...

CatHead’s BBQ Permanently Closed

SAN FRANCISCO—CatHead’s BBQ in San Francisco closed permanently on August 2 due to its continuing financial difficulty, the owner's announced on their website. CatHead’s BBQ's owner, Pam & Richard, made the decision to close the restaurant permanently "with a very heavy heart." They had been struggling with the uncertain pandemic situation for the last few months, but they said that...

Sephora’s Welcome Back Sale Starts Soon

UNITED STATES—Sephora’s Welcome Back Sale is running from Friday, August 14, to Sunday, August 23, 11:59 p.m. PST. During the event, customers will be able to purchase beauty products at discount prices in stores or online. According to Sephora’s website: “Everyone who is part of Sephora’s Beauty Insider program will have access to a limited-time discount which includes: $15 off...

KQED-FM Publicize Lay Off Of 20 Staff Members

SAN FRANCISCO—On Monday, August 10, KQED announced they will lay off 20 (5.5 percent) staff members due to limited budget. KQED’s senior leadership claim that the coronavirus pandemic has impacted their corporate sponsorship leading to the decision. KQED is using layoffs and other cost-saving solutions to deal with a $7.1 million budget gap. Five senior journalists, including one producer, one...
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