Does your heart belong to San Francisco? Join in a citywide singalong to Tony Bennett's iconic song on Saturday, April 25th to show your support for the city's healthcare workers. (Courtesy of @the415guy)

Only the Good News: Tony Bennett backs citywide sing-along of 'I Left My Heart in San Francisco'


This week in silver linings...

San Francisco Chief of Protocol Charlotte Shultz had an idea: a citywide sing-along of the SF's most iconic love song. Tony Bennett concurred, and the whole thing will do down this Saturday. Plus, Jackson—the mini Aussie shepherd who made headlines a few months back after being stolen from a Bernal Heights shop—is coming home; SF bans rent hikes, and more happy news.

I Left My Heart in San Francisco (Live from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)

Tony Bennett to lead 'I Left My Heart in San Francisco' sing-along honoring coronavirus frontline workers, Datebook

It will go down on Saturday at noon, #SingOutSF. Read more.

San Francisco man is handing out free coffee to essential workers from his kitchen window, KTLA5

He's keeping a safe distance thanks to a toy gorilla glove. Read more.

Dog stolen outside San Francisco grocery store found after 4 months, Kron4

Remember Jackson, that adorable mini Aussie shepherd who was stolen from a Bernal Heights grocery store a few months back? He's coming home. Read more.

San Francisco is closing these streets to help with social distancing, SFGate

The city will follow Oakland's lead, closing a dozen streets to make extra room for pedestrians. Read more.

San Francisco bans rent hikes, Curbed SF

More good news for renters during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.

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