It’s 7 a.m., 53° and headed to 70°. Details for the next 10 days are here.
Looks like we will have a $15 an hour minimum wage ballot initiative on the ballot this year, reports the SF Chronicle.
Dolores Park on Sunday had no fewer people than it did before they fenced of the northern end. It was packed and I have a feeling, it does not look very cleaned up this morning. We Built This City was there and posted this photo of his bike and gives a thanks to Freewheel on Valencia.
Here’s a gentrification story of a man having had enough. Clayton Patterson, an outlaw artist who the NYT describes as “an accomplished ranter” has decided that after 35 years of watching his beloved Lower East Side change, he’s had enough and is moving to Europe.
This was news in what remained of the creative underground that sits below 14th Street. After all, one of the last men who could credibly claim the title of Manhattan’s last bohemian had not only decided he was quitting the city, he also figured he could find a richer existence 4,000 miles away — in the Austrian Alps. READ MORE
And, set Saturday as the date you pick up your free compost.