Plus, dogs filled the seats for a special screening at the Roxie, SFO gets a terminal named after Harvey Milk + more Bay Area stories you may have missed this week.
Amy Poehler and Her Pals Will Film 'Wine Country' Movie in Napa, Eater SF
Look out Wine Country: Amy Poehler and her comedic crew of gal pals—including SNL stars Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, Maya Rudolph, and Ana Gasteyer—are coming to get crunk (we're assuming) and put it all on film. Read more.
San Francisco Votes to Name SFO Terminal After Harvey Milk, Curbed SF
After five years and much debate, the SF Board of Supes' Budget Committee has voted unanimously to rename SFO's Terminal 1 after our iconic gay rights hero. Read more.
Aisles of Dogs, NY Times
Dogs took over the Roxie Theater in SF this week to see a sneak preview of Wed Anderson's new flick, Isle of Dogs. Read more.
A woman in San Francisco says she gets by on $30,000 a year by having no internet, cable, Netflix, or car, Business Insider
Impossible you say? Beth Wilmurt, a stage actress who also teaches music and babysits as side hustles, says it's all about cutting out the luxuries—like a car, internet at home, Netflix, and cable. Oh, and she has a flip phone and shares 2GB of data with four people. Read more.
Oakland Is Top Dog Over San Francisco, San Jose for Dog Parks, Mercury News
Consensus is here: Oakland is the Bay Area's dog capital based on data collected by the Trust for Public Land, where large cities were ranked based on the number of dog parks they have as compared to the number of residents. Read more.