It’s the penultimate day of 2013! Get all your vices in today (mini cupcakes, super burrito #364), because your new year’s resolutions are about to kick in.
It’s 7 a.m., 43°, and temperatures will reach 63° today. More weather here.
The $4 million improvement of the 24th and Mission BART Station plaza is almost finished.
Political analysts are calculating whether comprehensive immigration reform has any hope of getting debated and passed before mid-term elections steal away Washington’s attention. Case in point: Senator Ted Cruz of Texas says Republicans should be focused on winning back a Senate majority in 2014 and taking on immigration reform is “the number one thing Republicans can do to mess that up.”
Speaking of political third rails: despite glitchy software, Obamacare has hit a new milestone in December: one million enrolled.
Speaking of one million, there will be one million of us San Franciscans come 2032. But the utilities say they’re upgrading to keep the lights on.
You didn’t get paid a fare for signing up for LinkedIn, did you? It turns out that the Lyft drivers behind the pink mustache are just really well-paid networkers.
It’s still not too late to get tickets for a Talking Heads cover band concert on NYE. You can enter until 5 p.m. today. You didn’t hear that here first.
Go see the very last bit of the Bartlett seals mural — and not just in this post — before they get covered by condo construction.
The last “Classical Revolution” of 2013 is tonight at Revolution Cafe. 3248 22nd Street, 8 p.m. Go check it out before things get harried again in the new year.
It’s Bluegrass Monday with Supermule at Amnesia. 853 Valencia, 9 p.m. Free.