It’s 7 a.m. and 48°, headed to 62°. Back to sunny days in the Mission. Details are here.
Despite financial problems, and after some debate and a community meeting, Carnaval will take place in late May, as it has for the past 34 years, the Examiner reports. The festival may be missing some stages this year, however; its funding dropped to $300,000 from $900,000 last year. Community members are gathering to raise money and find volunteers.
Many residents and business owners opposed a plan, introduced in 2011, to add hundreds of parking meters in the northeastern Mission, and it was never adopted. Now the city is proposing a revised plan that includes parking permits for area residents as well as new meters, according to the Examiner.
If you’re looking for a sweet treat today, check out the pop-up pie party at Pan + Pantry. The shop is moving its business online and will be holding a sale as well as offering pies from Bike Basket Pies.