Already read all the books you have at home? Borrow one (or several) for free from Internet Archive's new National Emergency Library. (Photo by Ed Robertson on Unsplash)

Only the Good News: Mill Valley shares a nightly howl, SF's Internet Archive releases 1.4 million free books + more Bay Area stories


There's a lot of bad news out there. Here are some headlines, surprising videos, and inspiring stories to brighten your day.

Mayor London Breeds does her hair on Instagram.

In one of the most interesting moments we've seen all week, Mayor London Breed shared a video of Instagram in which she shares her tools and products of choice for doing her own hair at home. Watch it above.

On the bright side: Mill Valley howls in unison, on a nightly basis, San Francisco Chronicle

While Italians and also folks in Sonoma prefer to sing from their windows during shelter in place, Mill Valley folks are barking up a different tree. Come 8pm, the dogs come out and group howling begins. Watch the video.

G-EAZY: FREE MEALS ON ME, FOR A MONTH ... I Got You, Bay Area Kids!!!, TMZ

Through his Endless Summer Fund and in partnership with Larkin Street Youth Services, East Bay rapper G-Eazy will give out free meals to at-risk youths via the Mi Morena food truck for the next month. Read more.

The National Emergency Library is a gift to readers everywhere, The New Yorker

The San Francisco–based Internet Archive is making available nearly 1.5 million books, available for free online borrowing during the COVID-19 crisis. Read more.

This Bay Area R&B singer shot a 'quarantine style' music video in her house, SFGate

Kehlani dropped her new single, "Toxic," earlier this month, and since a typical studio shoot was out of the question during these crazy times, she took matters into her own hands, producing a music video "CREATED DIRECTED EDITED BY ME IN MY ROOM IN AN HOUR THANK U RED WINE." Watch the video below. Read more.

Kehlani - TOXIC (Quarantine Style)

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