A handful of Bay Area stories you may have missed this week.
Spirit, the wild boar.
Spirit, the Wild Boar, Is Surrendered to Animal Control in SF, NBC
Taken in three months ago as a baby boar, Spirit sweetly strolled in on a leash to Animal Care and Control officials; which they said is a first for them. Read more.
SF Holds Three of the World's 50 Best Bars, World's 50 Best Bars
San Francisco made it not one, but three times on The World's 50 Best Bars list this year with Trick Dog (Ranked No. 26), ABV (Ranked No. 46), and Tommy's Mexican Restaurant (Ranked No. 48). Put together by more than 500 drink experts from around the world, each judge votes for seven bars, three of which must be outside of their home country. Read more.
Soho House Apparently Is Not Buying SF Armory, SF Gate
Though there were talks of the elite social club planning to transform the historic building into a luxe hotel, The Armory's Twitter feed says it's just not true. Read more.
A New Generation of Muni Trains Has Arrived, SFMTA
Arriving earlier than expected, the Muni light rail vehicle 2001 was unveiled, which SFMTA says will transform the muni-riding experience in years to come. Read more.
Market and Fifth Street Deemed Most Dangerous Intersection in the City, SF Curbed
Of all the streets in San Francisco, the corner of Market and Fifth is the most precarious for pedestrians with 5,846 incidents since 2010, 130 of them fatal. Read more.