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Controversial scooter company Bird is (sort of) back in the city.

Plus, the Ferry Building is getting its own piazza; a '90s museum is popping up in Oakland; and more local headlines you may have missed while you were getting sunburned at Baker Beach this past week.



The Latest in Instagram Traps: A '90s-Themed Museum Opens In Oakland, SFist

Ever dreamed of going back in time about 20 years? Well throw on your Docs because at the '90s Experience pop-up, you can now "see, smell, taste, touch, and hear" the entire decade. Read more.


Bird just bought its way into San Francisco by purchasing scooter rival Scoot, The Verge

Remember the days when Bird scooters occupied every parking spot, corner, and even tree in the city, only to be suddenly ripped off the streets? Now, after acquiring rival scooter service Scoot—and their permit—Bird is back town. Read more.


Burger King's Impossible Whopper arrives in San Francisco, CNN Business

Thanks to the recent launch of Burger King's Impossible Whopper at over 100 Bay Area outposts, it looks like anything—even vegans satisfying their greasy fast food cravings—is possible. In-N-Out, take a hint! Read more.

The Most Beautiful Interiors in San Francisco, Mapped, Curbed SF

Get to know SF from the inside out with a trip through 25 of the city's most stunning architectural gems, from the iconic to the unassuming—think the Macy's sixth floor ladies' restroom. Read more.


Plan unveiled for San Francisco's waterfront—includes Ferry Building 'piazza,' San Francisco Chronicle

It looks like SF's seven-and-a-half mile strip of waterfront—already home to the Exploratorium, the new Warriors stadium, and Oracle Park—is about to get an upgrade. After three years of deliberations, a 222-page plan was revealed this past Wednesday that will include a piazza behind the Ferry Building, opportunities for private developers, and more opportunities for recreational use. Read more.

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