A handful of Bay Area stories you may have missed this week.
Screenshot from the livestream cam of Castro
Live-Stream Castro Action From the Comfort of Your Couch, Hoodline
Peep the neighborhood and watch live broadcasts of live happenings at Jane Warner Plaza and Harvey Milk Plaza on three new 24/7 livestream cams. Read more.
The sale of recreational marijuana has been approved by San Francisco supervisors when it becomes legal in California in January. Read more.
Uber-style Surge Pricing for SF Meters, SF Chronicle
We may be the first city to pay for parking by demand and would fluctuate by time of day and block. The plan is being considered by the Municipal Transportation Agency, and if approved, each of our city's 30,200 meters will be subject to hourly rates. Read more.
$90,000 Sale of an Upscale SF Street Has Been Reversed, CBS News
After failure to pay taxes on a private gated street for two decades, it was sold to a savvy investor. Now, after much commotion, the sale has been overturned and Presidio Terrace street is returned to its wealthy homeowners. Read more.
A.I. Can Help Decide Who You Actually 'Super Like' on Tinder, TechCrunch
Tinder's new feature uses A.I. to help select people that it thinks will be of special interest to you to 'super like.' According to their data, super likes are highly effective, increasing your chances of matching by three times. So go on, get to swiping. Read more.