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A Huge 150-Foot Ferris Wheel is Now in SF... But No One Can Ride ItA Huge 150-Foot Ferris Wheel is Now in SF… But No One Can Ride It
By - posted 3/21/2020
Brand New

A huge observation wheel intended to be a centerpiece of Golden Gate Park’s 150th Anniversary celebrations on April 4th has finally arrived in San Francisco. But no one can ride it. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the SkyStar Observation Wheel arrived on schedule in 14 trucks on March 15th from more...

SF Just Got a Huge Donation of Medical SuppliesSF Just Got a Huge Donation of Medical Supplies
By - posted 3/21/2020
Brand New

Mayor London Breed And Supervisor Catherine Stefani Announce Critical Donation Of Needed Personal Protective Equipment Supplies—including surgical masks, gloves, surgical gowns, and thermometers—provided by Flexport will go directly to San Francisco’s frontline workers Mayor London N. Breed and Supervisor Catherine Stefani  announced on 3/21/20 a large donation of personal protective equipment (PPE) more...

15+ Broadway Shows to Watch Online & Where to Find Them15+ Broadway Shows to Watch Online & Where to Find Them
By - posted 3/21/2020
Brand New

Never fear, Broadway is here! Just because you’re locked up indoors due a coronavirus time-out, doesn’t mean you can’t watch some of your beloved musicals and plays online that were filmed live on stage.  BroadwayHD / 7-Day Free Trial If you’re a big theater buff, there’s a dedicated streaming service just for more...

Goodbye Slim's (1988-2020)Goodbye Slim’s (1988-2020)
By - posted 3/21/2020
Only in San Francisco

We lost a great music venue this week. The legendary Slim’s, owned by Boz Scaggs, rocked San Francisco for over 30 years as the city’s longest-running rock club. It was also one of the few all ages venues in The Bay. With a 500-person capacity, its small size was the perfect more...

Living Room Dance PartyLiving Room Dance Party
By - posted 3/20/2020
Celebrations

Just because you’re stuck inside doesn’t mean we can’t dance. DoTheBay’s parent company DoStuff is hosting a nationwide virtual dance party with DJ Mel. Get ready to shake your booty on Saturday, March 21 from 4-8pm PST. Join in on DoStuff’s Facebook page when they go live.

Tax Day Officially Pushed Back to July 15Tax Day Officially Pushed Back to July 15
By - posted 3/20/2020
Brand New

Tax Day has officially been delayed from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020. Payment deadlines have also been pushed back so that you will not incur interest or penalties. But if you are due a refund, you should consider filing as early as possible as the government is saying that more...

Nob Hill & Raley's $20 + $35 Curbside Grocery Bag For SeniorsNob Hill & Raley’s $20 + $35 Curbside Grocery Bag For Seniors
By - posted 3/20/2020
Deals

Nob Hill and Raley’s stores are helping our community’s most vulnerable citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ll be offering a discounted bag of grocery essentials every day for $20 (along with a $35 option which includes ready-to-eat meals). The bags are available for pick-up curbside, or you can send a text more...

Monterey Bay Aquarium's Morning "MeditOcean": Chill w/ JellyfishMonterey Bay Aquarium’s Morning “MeditOcean”: Chill w/ Jellyfish
By - posted 3/20/2020
City Discoveries

Monterey Bay Aquarium is doing their part to help us all chill out and stay calm which is much needed during this pandemic crisis. They’re leading guided meditations with a little help from their ocean critters. So rise and shine and peace out with some soothing sounds, a gentle voice, and some more...

All SF Libraries Shut Down Until (At Least) April 7All SF Libraries Shut Down Until (At Least) April 7
By - posted 3/20/2020
Brand New

Beginning Monday, March 16, all 28 Library locations will be closed to the public until April 7. The Library’s robust digital services will continue to give card holders 24/7 free access to eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, classes and more including free streaming of more than 30,000 films Update as of 3/20/20 – more...

#AntiSocialHappyHour: 6pm Happy Hour From Afar#AntiSocialHappyHour: 6pm Happy Hour From Afar
By - posted 3/19/2020
Celebrations

Keeping our social distance can feel isolating, but it doesn’t have to be. One creative and fun idea we’ve seen popping up in Oakland is the 6 pm daily Happy Hour from afar. Locals have been stepping outside their doors, or onto their balconies, or even sticking their heads out of more...

No More Parking Tickets in SF (Except Meters + If You're an A**hole)No More Parking Tickets in SF (Except Meters + If You’re an A**hole)
By - posted 3/19/2020
Brand New

Through the end of March, the SFMTA will not ticket for mechanical street cleaning. Street cleaning tickets issued on March 17 will be waived. However, it is crucial that we still clean our streets to prevent trash buildup and local flooding. Please still move your car for street cleaning if you more...

How to Help SeniorsHow to Help Seniors
By - posted 3/19/2020
Healing

The outbreak of COVID-19 has put our seniors and those with compromised immune systems at greater risk. We encourage you to please check on your at-risk loved ones in this time to see if they need anything. See if you can place an online grocery order for them or drop off more...

Live Streaming & Virtual Concert GuideLive Streaming & Virtual Concert Guide
By - posted 3/19/2020
Artsy Fartsy

Life sure does look different when we’re self-quarantined, but you don’t have to be without live music just because our bars and music venues are closed. Musicians are staying home just like us, so many of them are turning on their webcams and hosting live streams creating virtual interactive concerts, and more...

National Parks Are Now Free (Until Further Notice)National Parks Are Now Free (Until Further Notice)
By - posted 3/18/2020
Outdoorsy

We’re all doing our part to help control the spread of COVID-19 by sheltering in place, but it’s still important to get outside for some fresh air and a little exercise. As long as you practice social distancing by keeping away from others by 6 feet or more, you might more...

Our Bay Area National Parks are Here for YouOur Bay Area National Parks are Here for You
By - posted 3/18/2020
Outdoorsy

On Monday, six Bay Area counties announced “shelter in place” orders for residents through April 7, 2020. As you likely know, residents are required to stay at home except when going outside for essential activities such as getting food, caring for loved ones (including pets), going to a medical appointment, or going outside for more...