It is 7 a.m, 59°. Grab a parasol, some sunscreen and a bottle of water for a day of sunshine in the Mission. It’s expected to be 79°. Check out the weather for the next ten days here.
San Francisco’s call building was home to some unruly journalists in the 1890′s, including one Mark Twain, who got fired for laziness. Read more about the paper-that-once-was at the San Francisco Chronicle.
“To be or not to be” is the question a troupe of local Shakespeare actors are asking themselves after having to change locations during the federal shutdown. We player’s outdoor rendition of MacBeth had to move from Fort Point to a temporary location in the Presidio. Read more at the San Francisco Chronicle.
507 Capp Street got a fancy face lift! Curbed SF shows pictures of a once rundown house that sold for $1.275 million last September. Look at it today and it’s unrecognizable – and worth $3.6 million. See it for yourself here.