When Lady Gaga showed up at Bar Crenn for a celebratory dinner, Dominique Crenn and her team showed off their singing skills with their rendition of "Happy Birthday."
Plus, the sacred Church of 8 Wheels may be demolished to make way for a new housing development, Tartine's cofounders fight off the possibility of unionization, and more local headlines you may have missed while hiding out this week.
Church of 8 Wheels Roller Rink Could Be Razed for Development, SFist
Skate like you mean it while you can because if the property owner has his way, the Church of 8 Wheels will be converted into housing and a parking garage. Read more.
Lady Gaga dines at award-winning San Francisco restaurant, SF Gate
On Friday Lady Gaga celebrated her birthday a few weeks early with caviar, Posson Cru, and Vol-au-Vent aux Legumes at Bar Crenn—and even posed with Dominique Crenn for an epic selfie. Read more.
Tartine's Founder Appears to Be Showing Off Anti-Union Merch on Instagram, Eater SF
While Tartine employees have been fighting to unionize in a bid for better pay and decreased power dynamics for months now, founder Chad Robertson continues to defend his desire to keep the bakery union-free. Stay tuned for an official worker vote this week. Read more.
Following Ultra Music Festival and SXSW cancellations, the Indio fests are officially postponed until October. Cross your fingers that, in a few months time, you'll be jamming out to Frank Ocean and Rage Against the Machine in the desert. Read more.
From Homelessness to Donald Trump, This Art Group Takes on All, NYTimes
Indecline, the activist collective behind the controversial naked Donald Trump statue displayed (and quickly removed) from the Castro in 2016, has plenty of other illegal street displays in the works. Read more.