It is 7 a.m, 60° and headed to 68°. After complaining about our high 60s SF summer weather, the sky cleared and it hit 70 and felt like 75. My guess is it will do the same today, but for today and the next ten days are here.
Whoa! The 6.0 earthquake here woke up everyone in my house, and although the SFPD said earlier that all was normal in the city, SF Gate reports this morning that the quake, centered in Napa County, north of Vallejo, caused “numerous” injuries and some fires in downtown Napa as well as damage in Vallejo.
The news today is Google’s response to San Francisco teacher Claudia Tirado, who is being evicted by one of the tech company’s lawyers. Google can’t help, an executive told Tirado.
Yes, today is the bare one’s breasts day at Dolores Park. SF Weekly gives you the backgrounder.
SF Streetsblog reports on three cafes in the Castro that have developed out of private garages – all thanks to smarter zoning.
And the Thrillist places the Mission over Hayes Valley. Ah yes, what is the thrillist? Lists. Thrills. Maybe they’re onto something.