Diners enjoying outdoor dining on Valencia Street over a car-free weekend during the Covid-19 pandemic. On June 15, all California businesses are expected to be allowed to reopen at full capacity.

California set to dump Covid restrictions on June 15 + more good news from around the Bay Area ​

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Barring a crazy spike in new Covid cases and with an indefinite mask mandate in place, the State of California plans to fully reopen the economy in mid-June.

Plus, Fantastic Negrito will support Bay Area artists and businesses via his new Oakland-based Storefront Records; SFO bans the sale of plastic bottles; and one local nanny is about to make some serious bank.

Local cannabis chef Victor Aguilera to appear on Food Network's 'Chopped 420,' Hoodline

On April 20th, catch Victor Aguilera, of the food delivery service Arepas en Bici, as he attempts to impress celeb judges his THC-infused creations. Read more.


San Francisco Airport extends plastic-free policy to tackle use of plastic bottles, Airport Review

Remember back in 2019 when SFO replaced their plastic water bottles with reusable aluminum versions? In an effort to move towards zero waste going towards landfill, the airport will no longer allow teas, sodas, or juices sold in plastic or aseptic paper packaging. Read more.


Help Fantastic Negrito launch Storefront Records
, Do The Bay

The three-time Grammy Award winner has plans to support Bay Area talent, spotlight small businesses, and launch an internship program for local students by creating an artist-operated record label in West Oakland. Read more.


California to lift most COVID restrictions; economy to reopen June 15, SF Chronicle

If all goes as planned, almost all businesses and activities across the state will be able to operate at normal levels by mid-June—but with an indefinite mask mandate. Read more.


Only in the Bay Area: This San Francisco Nanny Job Pays $100K a Year, The Bold Italic

Pretty soon one nanny, who checks all the boxes on a long list of other qualifications and has a Bachelor's or Master's in Early Childhood Education, will be making up to $120,000 per year. The new hire will be just one of three full-time nannies! Read more.

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