Tuesday’s back, by popular demand.
The sun, however, might be hiding today. It’s 7 a.m. and 44°, heading to 59°. And it’s going from partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, though we all know how the sun likes to hang out in the Mission. You may finally get to break out those fashionable rain boots soon — looks like rain early next week. Check out the next 10 days.
The Chronicle reports today on how Mayor Lee is planning to make San Francisco a city for the 100 percent. He’s enlisting the help of Mark Pincus, CEO of Zynga, and breakfasting with the CEO of Wells Fargo. Read about his plans here, including how to deal with affordable housing sans a redevelopment agency.
A coalition of health and education groups released recommendations for sex education that are controversial for some, reports the Associated Press. An excerpt:
When they leave middle school, they should be able to differentiate between gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation, according to the guidelines. They should be able to explain why a rape victim is not at fault, know about bullying and dating violence, and describe the signs and impacts of sexually transmitted diseases.
Finally, what dog lovers have known all along is reported in the New York Times today: Dogs are like furry infant humans. From the article:
“Being in a human family gives the dogs the ability to interact in a human way,” Dr. Miklosi said. “You can really treat your dog as a sort of infant, which you wouldn’t really do with a goat or another domesticated animal.”
Maybe someone will do a study showing that cats are like adorable, ornery toddlers.
Happy Tuesday, friends!