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Ayesha and Steph Curry roll out a vibrant bus for Oakland kids + more good news around the Bay Area

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It's not everyday that you see a change-making school bus—launched by Steph and Ayesha Curry and painted with murals by local artists—rolling around offering library access and free food to underserved kids.


Plus, San Francisco is the best city in the world (duh), Kamala Harris couldn't leave the Bay without some In-N-Out, and more local headlines that won't make you cry.

Richmond District's 4 Star Theatre Will Reopen as a Movie Theater, Join Group With Balboa and Vogue, SFist

After months of closure, we're relieved to hear that the longtime family-operated Richmond institution's days of showing indie flicks and new Asian cinema are not over. Read more.


Parklets, politics and weed: Why San Francisco is the best city in the world right now, Time Out

After surveying more than 27,000 people in cities around the world, TimeOut agrees, citing a supportive community, abundance of accessible art, green spaces, alfresco dining spots, and approach to COVID. Read more.


Kamala Came Back to the Bay and of Course She Grabbed In-N-Out, Eater SF

After supporting Governor Newsom in the Bay Area just days before the recall vote, VP Harris made sure to score some California fare—aka In-N-Out cheeseburgers and fries for her Air Force Two ride. Read more.

UC Berkeley is the first public university to top Forbes best colleges list, SFGate

UC Berkeley was deemed better than schools like Stanford and Harvard—and three other public California schools also made the top 25. Read more.


Steph and Ayesha Curry Roll into Oakland, Calif. with a Bus to Feed and Teach Kids, NBC Bay Area

The Eat. Learn. Play. Bus has can fit an entire elementary school class and has TVs, a library, complimentary food for kids, and a basketball hoop, of course. It's making its way around Oakland working to increase the literacy rate and combat food insecurity. Read more.


San Francisco plays starring role in first trailer for 'Matrix Resurrections', Datebook

Remember back when Keanu Reeves was filming in SF? Now, you can watch the new trailer to take a mini trip around Chinatown, North Beach, and downtown. Read more.

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