Tag: City of San Francisco

Music Industry Star, Chet “JR” White Dead At 40

SAN FRANCISCO—On October 18, record producer, musician, mix engineer and founder of the San Francisco's indie rock band named, Girls, Chet "JR" White passed...

San Francisco’s SkyStar Observation Wheel Is Open

SAN FRANCISCO—On October 12, the SkyStar, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced that the SkyStar Observation Wheel will open for business and begin...

SF Moves To Yellow Tier, Non-Essential Businesses Allowed To Reopen

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco became the first major city in California to be classified as “yellow” in the state’s COVID-19 risk tier blueprint on Tuesday,...

SFPD Holds Town Hall Meeting For Officer Shooting

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department announced that they will present a virtual town hall meeting on Monday, October 19, from 3 p.m. to...

SF Independent Short Film Festival Being Held Virtually

SAN FRANCISCO—The SF IndieFest has announced they will present the 2020 San Francisco Independent Short Film Festival online from October 9 through October 18. The...

San Francisco Starts Universal Basic Income For Artists

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced a plan for economic recovery, including a basic income program for artists, expanding the Shared Spaces program,...

Castro’s GLBT Historical Society Museum Reopens In October

SAN FRANCISCO—The GLBT Historical Society Museum announced they will begin in-person visits starting on October 1 for members only and on October 3 for...

Missing Chapel Hill’s Sydney West In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—A 19-year-old UC Berkeley student, Sydney West from Chapel Hill, has been missing since September 30, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office announced. On...

San Francisco Tenderloin Streets Blocked For Outdoor Dining

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, September 24, parts of the streets in the Tenderloin District were blocked after the Tenderloin Merchants Association released an announcement on...

Zoom Company Banned Online Event At SF State

SAN FRANCISCO—On Tuesday, the Zoom Video Communications company canceled an online open classroom, Whose Narratives? Gender, Justice, & Resistance, presented by the San Francisco...
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