It’s 6 a.m., 63°, and we’re headed for 67°. Your 10-day forecast of increasingly warm weather through Friday is here.
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Good story this morning on SF Gate about the Chronicle’s mayoral debate. Candidates — at least some of them — rated safety in the city. An end note about Supervisor John Avalos:
Avalos, the progressive standard-bearer in the race, also had perhaps the most poignant moment of the night, noting that when he first moved to San Francisco he worked a coffee cart a couple of blocks from the City Club.
Avalos said he had wanted to come inside on his lunch break to view a renowned mural by artist Diego Rivera, “The Allegory of California,” that presides over the central staircase of the private business club, but wasn’t allowed in.
“It’s now my first time to get in to see it,” Avalos said. Read more here.
SF Weekly reports on a new study that shows organic farming costs less than conventional farming.
And I ran into Leo from Wise Sons on 24th Street — photo coming later — who said they will probably be ready to open early next year at 3150 24th Street, the former home of El Tonayense. Yum.