Now that the lineup has dropped, you've got even more reason to scour the internet for tickets to the Bay Area musician's sold-out Lights On Festival.
Plus, Muir Woods signage has some new updates, bring your vaccine card when you dine out, in Berkeley, and more local headlines.
Muir Woods park staff annotates own signs with historical corrections for racism, misogyny, SFGate
Take a look at "History Under Construction" sticky notes displayed on Muir Woods' signs to gain an understanding of a more complete history, effects of racism, and the women and indigenous people who helped establish Muir Woods. Read more.
Oakland's Ale Industries Puts Adorable Adoptable Pets on Beer Cans, SFist
The 20 rescue dogs and cats featured on the special edition East Bay IPA could be yours—and if you can't commit to a furry friend, four-pack proceeds will benefit the East Bay SPCA. Read more.
H.E.R. announces daily lineups for sold-out Lights On Festival, Mercury News
We're beyond jealous if you already scored tickets to see H.E.R., Erykah Badu, Ari Lennox, Ty Dolla $ign, and others on stage in Concord. Read more.
Bay Area artist offers free illustrations of homes lost to Caldor Fire, SFGate
Last year, Meg Caldor created 70 illustrations of homes lost to California wildfires. Now, in an effort to preserve memories, she's taking submissions of lost homes again and will create 30 five-by-seven drawings for free. Read more.
Berkeley to require proof of vaccination at indoor restaurants, bars, gyms and more, Berkeleyside
In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Berkeley is following in San Francisco's footsteps with proof of vaccine policies for indoor activities starting September 10th. Read more.