Good Morning Mission!

Mission Local reporters Sean Havey and Yousur Alhlou at work.

It’s 7 a.m. and 56º. The high is expected to be 66º. Is summer over already?

If you’re in town this weekend, you should know that it will be a busy one. The Chronicle reports:

This weekend features many of San Francisco’s highest-profile events, including Fleet Week, America’s Cup World Series races, the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival at Golden Gate Park, two Giants playoff games, the Italian Heritage Parade in North Beach and a variety of other street fairs, festivals and activities.

According to Dolores Park Works, one or more people tried to chop down one of the three large Washingtonia Palms near the 20th Street J Church stop at Dolores Park:

The arborist declared the tree an immediate hazard, it leaned over the MUNI tracks, and work began to take it down early this afternoon. The crew arrived just as the crowd of sunbathers were gathering on Gay Beach. The tree crew needed to bring in two large cherry-picker trucks and a large pick-up through the Gay terrace. A path was cleared through the growing crowd and by 2 pm, the tree was down.

SFEater has a roundup of reviews of Lolinda, the new steakhouse in the former Medjool space.




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