If Bay Area pop culture is your thing, then you had a pretty great week as a mural of the region's most beloved celebrity (RIP, Robin Williams) appeared overlooking Market Street.
Plus, Steph Curry gets his sis the most epic wedding present ever, scooters are rolling back to town, and a boycott of In-N-Out Burger leaves some Democrats starved.
New Robin Williams mural graces Market Street, SF Curbed
As if you needed another reason to feel like crying as you're walking down Mid-Market Street, an Argentinean artist who goes by the street name Cobre has painted a soulful mural of our late, great comedic hero. Read more.
Democratic leader's call for In-N-Out Burger boycott meets its own resistance, Los Angeles Times
So, California's beloved, iconic burger chain donates money to the GOP. Dems call for a boycott-slash-go hungry. And the GOP has a feast—literally. Read more.
Colin Kaepernick's Collusion Case Against the N.F.L. Will Advance, The New York Times
The famous (some might say infamous) 49er won a small victory on Thursday when it was ruled that his case claiming the NFL colluded to keep him off the field in light of his take-a-knee protest will advance to a full-blown hearing in court. But the game's not over yet. Read more.
Steph and Seth Curry shock sister with epic wedding present, SFGate
When you're a Golden State Warrior and your sister is getting married, you gotta pony up for a good present—like maybe a building named in her honor. Read more.
Scooters to return to SF as Scoot, Skip scoop up first official permits, Hoodline
As of October 15th, your two-wheeling
nightmares dreams will once again be a reality in San Francisco. Read more.