It is 7 a.m, 60° and headed to 67°—jeez it has been gloomy out there. The only upside is that there is a 20 percent chance of rain, but I suspect that is only spitting rain, not the kind of rain we need. Details for today and the next ten days are here.
I returned on Sunday and have been getting up way too early and taking advantage of the hour by walking around the Mission. What is the first thing one notices? The trash. ARGH. It is not pretty.
SF Streetsblog reports on the mapping of the history of the city’s bike routes.
Betsey Emmons, a fellow at MapStory, has created an interactive map showing the history of San Francisco’s bicycle network. The map allows viewers to watch as San Francisco’s bike infrastructure develops over a 43-year period, showing streets that now feature bike lanes and sharrows. READ MORE
Yes, not much going on in the political scene so Nate Silver’s crew has been busy number-crunching on burritos and SFist has its latest findings. Seems like La Taqueria not only has the perfect tacos.
As you know, the SF Giants have a history that began in 1958 at the Mission District’s Seals Stadium, so if you’re trying to keep your memorabilia current, you’ll want to participate in Candlestick Park’s “Everything Must Go” online sale reported by the SF Business Times.
Enjoy the day and while you’re at it, pick up some trash!