It’s 7 a.m, 51° and headed to 63°. Details for the next 10 days are here. Our chances of rain are 20 percent on Wednesday and 30 percent on Thursday so I read that as not much of a chance.

Plastic gloves for bartenders? Really? Yep, the SF Weekly reports that a petition is underway. Surely there are more important things to legislate. And whatever happened to “some of our best friends being germs?” 

Are you interested in becoming a summer food service sponsor? Well, here is your chance. What does it mean? It means that you will provide food to a program — or you will get that food from elsewhere and deliver it. All of the rules are in the link.

And, if you wonder what Eric Fisher was up to last year, you can see his visualization of his walks here. 

Who is Eric Fisher? It’s something Christine Mai-Duc asked in 2010.


9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The Assessment Appeals Board, City Hall, Room 406. Again, property owners looking to have the assessment changed. If you go to the afternoon meeting, you’ll get to see how the owner of 223-227 Fairoaks get the property dropped from $2.6 million to $1.4 million in value. 

11 a.m. The San Francisco Transportation Authority, City Hall, Room 250. The Agenda is here.

2 p.m. Board of Supervisors, City Hall, Room 250. One of the last items on the agenda is the final approval of a final map for “an eight residential unit and one commercial unit, Mixed-Use Condominium Project, located at 1489-1495 Valencia Street.” Details are here. The full agenda is here. 


6 p .m. Public Works, the Moth presents StorySLAM.

7 p.m. The Act of Killing at the Roxie Theater.

For the evening scene at the bars, SF Weekly has the best listings. 

AA Meetings for today are here.