It’s 7 a.m., 60° and headed to a high of 74°. Enjoy the sun, because the next few days are expected to be at least 10 degrees cooler. Details are here.
Edwin Ramos, the man charged with killing Anthony Bologna and two of his sons in June 2008, was sentenced yesterday to three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole. From the San Francisco Chronicle:
Ramos was stoic during the sentencing, but his voice cracked when he addressed the court. He did not apologize for the murders — he has insisted he was not the shooter, but instead the “fall guy” for the leader of an MS-13 gang faction — but said he thought about the Bolognas every day.
The Chronicle also writes that short-term rental sites like Airbnb are disrupting the city’s housing market:
…others, encouraged by lax oversight and lucrative payoffs, use the rental sites to run ad-hoc hotels, which besides annoying neighbors, takes long-term rentals off a market that desperately needs them — and in cities like San Francisco violates zoning regulations.
In lighter news, hipsters in Berlin are devouring SF burritos named after Dolores Park. Have a look.