It’s 7 a.m, 49° and headed to 63°. Details for the next ten days are here.
Case being revisited. A federal appeals court resurrected the case of Teresa Sheehan, a 56-year-old woman, filed after an August 2008 incident at a Mission District group home in which officers shot Sheehan after they arrived to subdue her. Sheehan, who underwent several surgeries after the shooting, charged that the officers should have waited for backup. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided Friday that a jury should decide the case, reports SF Gate.
New Cafe at ODC Open. It’s the Mélange Market, which will feature a series of pop-ups, writes the SF Weekly.
Smartest Girl Scout Cookie Seller in the Excelsior? She was in front of the Greencross Medical Marijuana dispensary on Mission near Ney Street and sold 117 boxes in two hours, writes death and taxes.
Here’s a good list of events for you here. Everything from Family fun to a salsa celebration at El Rio.
Enjoy the day!