For years it was claimed that Filbert Street was the steepest in the city, with a sharp 31% grade. David Letterman once released 100 watermelons down the block in the name of science and late-night ratings. If you google "San Francisco's steepest street" it's still Filbert that shows up, despite it actually only being the sixth-highest incline in the city limits. … [Read more...] about Where is San Francisco’s actual steepest street? This guy found out the hard way.
There are moments when what you don’t see in a neighborhood can tell you more than what you do see. In the homes of one area of San Francisco, there are seniors who have self-quarantined, stayed inside since the coronavirus shelter order was issued in March. … [Read more...] about San Francisco Community Group Gives Support To Seniors Isolated By COVID-19
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco Fire units are at the scene of a water rescue Wednesday afternoon at China Beach with first responders providing CPR to the victim, according to authorities. … [Read more...] about San Francisco First Responders Rescue Swimmer In Distress At China Beach
We are seeing increased cases and increased rates of hospitalizations due to COVID. Our indicators are sensitive to the changes that will impact our community. Stay home, stay safe, and keep up on the data here: https://t.co/gKbiVyqqU1 pic.twitter.com/FdEo3NNfVR … [Read more...] about San Francisco Health Department Warns Of Spike In COVID-19 Hospitalization Rate
SF Pride organizers partnered with Illuminate — the same team behind the Bay Lights Project on the Bay Bridge– to light up the Pink Triangle, the traditional symbol of hope, resilience and pride erected every year on Twin Peaks during the city’s Pride celebration. … [Read more...] about Iconic Pink Triangle Lights Up Over San Francisco’s Castro