Thu March 19, 2015

Daily news roundup for Thursday, March 19th, 2015

St. Mary's Cathedral, the site of a controversial sprinkler system intended to keep homeless people from sleeping in front of the church's doorway
Gabrielle Lurie Special to the SF Examiner

Fire inspectors seek legal action against landlords in Mission // SF Gate"Fire inspectors are seeking legal action against the owners of three apartment buildings in the Mission District for blocking fire escapes and having alarm systems that don’t work.

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Tue March 17, 2015

Daily news roundup for Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Oakland’s new minimum wage law has confused immigrant businesses in Chinatown, several of which have shut down because they can’t pay the new rate of $12.25 per hour.
Tim Hussin, Special To The Chronicle

Here's what's happening in the Bay Area as curated by KALW news.

Dancers state out turf on BART // SF Gate

"A recent Friday, 1:37 p.m.: Calling themselves the Turf Feinz, the four members of the Turf dance crew dart through a BART train headed for San Francisco. They need to find the next audience to wow before the doors open at Embarcadero Station.

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Tue March 3, 2015

Daily news roundup for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Performing as the host of "The Mister Geoffrey Show," Geoffrey Grier interviews Deborah Marinoff in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood on Wednesday Feb. 25, 2015. "The Mister Geoffrey" was design in part by Grier to get a better understanding of the
Mike Kepka / The Chronicle

Here's what's happening in the Bay Area, as curated by KALW news:

Cooking, Coding and Room to Grow // SF Gate

"The concept is something like farm-to-doorstep.

Every day, the team at Sprig, a food-delivery app company, whips up Cobb salad wraps and jerk chicken plates for delivery to offices and homes around Palo Alto and San Francisco. When possible, the company gets its produce from within 150 miles of the city.

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Mon February 23, 2015


Wed February 18, 2015
City Visions: February 23, 2015

City Visions: What's Driving Change in the Tenderloin?

Boeddeker Park Ribbon Cutting


Change has come to the Tenderloin, but how much of it is attributable to the recent tech boom? Using new strategies to engage locals and create innovative coalitions, groups that have been in the neighborhood for years are working to improve the health, safety and quality of life for those who live and work in the Tenderloin.  We explore the effects their efforts are having on this vibrant and sometimes troubled neighborhood.


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