Tag: COVID-19

SF Allowed To Partially Open Outdoor Stadiums For Sports

SAN FRANCISCO—As part of a new phase of reopening, health officials announced on October 20 that San Francisco, Alameda and Santa Clara counties will...

Alcohol-Only Bars Planned To Reopen Outdoors

SAN FRANCISCO—As the city of San Francisco moves into the final stage of reopening, bars that only offer drinks will be allowed to open...

School Board To Vote On Lowell High’s Temporary Admissions Change

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Board of Education is considering a temporary change to Lowell High School’s regular admissions policy due to logistics challenges during...

Alfred’s Steakhouse Closes After 92 Years Of Business

SAN FRANCISCO—Local restaurant Alfred’s steakhouse has permanently closed after 92 years of business. The sudden closure was first reported by The San Francisco Chronicle,...

Dropbox To Make Remote Work Permanent

SAN FRANCISCO—Dropbox, San Francisco-based tech company, announced on October 13 that it will become a "Virtual First" company, making remote work primary for all...

Nonprofit Radio Moves To Ferry Building

SAN FRANCISCO—On Friday, October 9, the online community radio station BFF.fm began broadcasting from a new satellite studio in the Ferry Building. Best Frequencies Forever...

Halloween During Health Crisis – What Families Should Know Before Trick-Or-Treating

UNITED STATES—Forget about Frankenstein; COVID-19 is the real monster this Halloween. In our era of “social distancing,” many Bay Area families are understandably bewildered about...

The Rotunda Restaurant Closes

SAN FRANCISCO—The Rotunda restaurant, located on the fourth floor of the Neiman Marcus building, which overlooks Union Square, has laid off staff in preparation...

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,...

SF Hosts Virtual Fleet Week

SAN FRANCISCO—A U.S. Navy Zumwalt-class destroyer ship sailed into the Bay Area on the morning of Friday, October 2, in celebration of Fleet Week....
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