Tag: covid19

Local Restaurants Hang Signs Promoting Mask Laws

SAN FRANCISCO—Outdoor diners at local restaurants will see signs depicting pictures and graphics of wearing masks, as restaurants try another way to remind customers...

SF Revises Health And Safety Protocols After Hotel Drug Bust

SAN FRANCISCO—The city of San Francisco is revising some of its health and safety protocols at facilities housing homeless people, after a meth lab...

Popular Local German Café, Mauerpark, Closes Permanently

SAN FRANCISCO—A well-known German bakery in the Castro District announced it is permanently closing due to the pandemic. Mauerpark, located at 500 Church St,...

San Francisco Plans To Open “Learning Hubs” To Help With Distance...

SAN FRANCISCO—Mayor London Breed announced on Thursday, July 23, that she will transform recreational centers, community centers, and libraries into “Learning Hubs” that will...

California Governor Allows Hair Salons To Reopen Outdoors

CALIFORNIA—On Monday, July 20, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced new guidelines for salons, barbershops, and other personal care businesses to reopen outdoors. He announced...

California Reports 230,000 Unemployed In Entertainment Industry

CALIFORNIA—The Employment Development Department of California reported on Monday, July 20 that more than 230,000 Californians who are employed in the arts, entertainment, and...

48-Year-Old French Bistro In Downtown Closes Permanently

SAN FRANCISCO—Jeanne d’Arc, a popular French bistro located in downtown San Francisco, has closed permanently due to the coronavirus pandemic. The owners, Claude and Micheline,...

San Francisco’s Annual “Shakespeare Festival” Goes Online This Year

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s annual Shakespeare festival will be free, online, and live this year due to the pandemic. The festival starts July 18, and...

California’s First Socially Distanced Concert Planned In LA

CALIFORNIA—A socially distanced concert series, called “Concerts in Your Car," is offering the chance for the public to safely view live, in-person performances during...

2021 Rose Parade Canceled Due To Coronavirus Concerns

PASADENA—The 2021 Rose Parade, an annual New Year's Day parade that takes place in Pasadena has been canceled due to ongoing coronavirus concerns. A...
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