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Supervisor Matt Dorsey pushing for SFPD documentary: 'The Real Streets of San Francisco'
Subscribe to our daily newsletter and have the latest stories from Mission Local delivered directly to your inbox.A Board of Supervisors resolution that would allow the San Francisco Police Department to enter into an agreement with a production company to produce a documentary series - Real Streets of San Francisco - on the "day-to-day challenges and opportunities of 21st century policing," was last month introduced by Supervisor Matt Dorsey, District 6 Supervisor and former SFPD communications director.
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SF Gay Men's Chorus: Home for the Holidays at The Castro Theatre (2022)
This December, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus rings in the holiday season with its Christmas Eve tradition of over 30 years, Holiday Spectacular: Home for the Holidays.'Tis the season for the warm, familiar traditions of years gone by - and for resolutions new and audacious.There will be holiday favorites, including Jingle Bells and  I'll Be Home for Christmas, classical choral works-including  Sure on this Shining Night, and unexpected originals, including a holiday-themed  Cher medley ...yes, that Cher!

2022 Holiday Spectacular: Home for the HolidaysSan Francisco Gay Men's Chorus - Saturday, December 24, 2022 | 5p, 7p, 9p The Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street, SFGet Tickets: $402 ticket minimum purchase (Limited supply)
Mask required for all audience members
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus was one of the first of its kind and was the first to include "gay" unapologetically in its name.
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SF Gay Men's Chorus: Home for the Holidays at The Castro Theatre (2022)
This December, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus rings in the holiday season with its Christmas Eve tradition of over 30 years, Holiday Spectacular: Home for the Holidays.'Tis the season for the warm, familiar traditions of years gone by - and for resolutions new and audacious.There will be holiday favorites, including Jingle Bells and  I'll Be Home for Christmas, classical choral works-including  Sure on this Shining Night, and unexpected originals, including a holiday-themed  Cher medley ...yes, that Cher!

2022 Holiday Spectacular: Home for the HolidaysSan Francisco Gay Men's Chorus - Saturday, December 24, 2022 | 5p, 7p, 9p The Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street, SFGet Tickets: $402 ticket minimum purchase (Limited supply)
Mask required for all audience members
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus was one of the first of its kind and was the first to include "gay" unapologetically in its name.
San Francisco
SF Gay Men's Chorus: Home for the Holidays at The Castro Theatre (2022)
This December, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus rings in the holiday season with its Christmas Eve tradition of over 30 years, Holiday Spectacular: Home for the Holidays.'Tis the season for the warm, familiar traditions of years gone by - and for resolutions new and audacious.There will be holiday favorites, including Jingle Bells and  I'll Be Home for Christmas, classical choral works-including  Sure on this Shining Night, and unexpected originals, including a holiday-themed  Cher medley ...yes, that Cher!

2022 Holiday Spectacular: Home for the HolidaysSan Francisco Gay Men's Chorus - Saturday, December 24, 2022 | 5p, 7p, 9p The Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street, SFGet Tickets: $402 ticket minimum purchase (Limited supply)
Mask required for all audience members
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus was one of the first of its kind and was the first to include "gay" unapologetically in its name.
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Day Around the Bay: First SF Flu Death of the Season Was Person Under Age 65
Mayor London Breed has been implicated by a former employee of the Department of Homelessness for having personally ordered encampments to be cleared off SF streets.The somewhat incendiary allegations come from former Director of Outreach and Temporary Shelter in the department Kaki Marshall, who is formerly homeless herself, in testimony given as part of the Coalition on Homelessness's earlier announced lawsuit against the city over encampment sweeps they say are illegal.
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Oh Lord, There's a San Francisco Hallmark Christmas Movie, Premiering Tonight
The latest abominable snowman from the Hallmark holiday rom-com machine is the San Francisco-set , which premieres on the Hallmark Channel Friday night.I admit that I have never watched one of those Hallmark Channel Christmas movies, the ones that make you wonder Are the straights alright?, nor did I even look until today to see whether my cable TV package carries the Hallmark Channel.
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Weekend Roundup: Scott Wiener Guns for Central Freeway, Fremont Shows Vision Zero can Work
...and Emeryville gets its bus benches



The Central Freeway over Duboce Street looking toward Valencia Street.Photo: Aaron Bialick
Here are a few Streetsblog news nuggets to start your weekend."It's time to remove the remaining Central Freeway, south of Market Street."-Senator Scott Wiener Readers have probably already seen this bit of great news in Streetsblog's headlines, but Scott Wiener has officially asked Caltrans to study removing the rest of the Central Freeway.
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4 injured as bus smashes through shopping center parking lot
A commuter bus smashed into 16 cars at a San Francisco Bay Area shopping center on Friday, injuring four people, one of them critically, authorities said.Shortly before noon, the SamTrans bus smashed into the vehicles at a Target store parking lot at the Serramonte Center in Daly City, fire officials said.
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Body found in canal next to San Leandro golf course
SAN LEANDRO  A man's body was found Friday morning in a canal next to the Monarch Bay Golf Course, authorities said.The Alameda County Coroner's Office is trying to identify the man.An autopsy will be conducted to determine how he died.The man was found about 11 a.m.Friday in the Estudillo Canal, which runs next to the golf course into San Francisco Bay.
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Scathing allegations against Mayor Breed and city in lawsuit filed over treatment of the homeless
Subscribe to our daily newsletter and have the latest stories from Mission Local delivered directly to your inbox.Former San Francisco employees, including a director who worked with the homeless, allege that the city routinely cleared encampments while knowing there were not enough shelter beds available, according to new testimony filed in court Friday.
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SF's largest employer may shed more downtown office space
Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images The city's largest private employer could continue to downsize its office footprint, executives said in a recent earnings call.Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said there will continue to be flexibility for employees who want to work from home, while Chief Financial Officer Amy Weaver said the software company is continuing to evaluate its real estate holdings.