Good Morning Mission!

It’s 7 a.m., 54° and expected to rise to a splendidly sunny 66°. Details for the next 10 days are here.

Some unfortunate news reported yesterday: Mario Hernandez, one of the chefs behind the reopening of La Rondalla, died yesterday. SF Weekly has details. Our thoughts go out to Hernandez’s family and those who worked with him at La Rondalla.

There’s a showdown brewing on top of Bernal Hill. As Bernalwood reports, the potential of new construction popping up on the southern side of the hill has some neighbors concerned about a potential gas line hazard. They’ll be a community meeting tonight about the affair.

The folks at SF Public Press are interested in finding creative ways to think about the housing crisis. In fact, they’re having a whole conference about it, called “Hack the Housing Crisis”. Got creative ideas? Check out their event.

Oh boy. Google unveils a brand new driverless car prototype, complete with a Googley face.

Enjoy the day—which, in 1937, was the first day of the Golden Gate Bridge being operational. Consider taking a drive.

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