Kamala Harris shines at Dem debates + more topics to discuss over brunch


You can already buy a T-shirt inspired by California Senator Kamala Harris' strong showing on night two of the Democratic debates in Miami.

Plus, two San Francisco restaurants make the world's 50 best restaurants; the city bans e-cigs; and Muttville has been invaded by Boston terriers. These and more headlines you might have missed this week.

Democratic Debate 2019: Kamala Harris Won the Night, The New Yorker

"I would like to speak on the issue of race." Ten little words, directed at Dem favorite, former Vice President Joe Biden, hushed the room on night two of the debates and put California Senator Kamala Harris in the spotlight as she recalled being bused to an integrated school in Berkeley, saying "That little girl was me." Read more.

Two San Francisco restaurants make World's 50 Best Restaurants list, San Francisco Chronicle

So long, Saison. Atelier Crenn and Benu are the only local establishment to make this year's World's Best 50 Restaurants list. Read more.

Muttville Senior Dog Rescue Gets Windfallof Boston Terriers From Hoarder, SFist

Ever seen three-dozen Boston terriers all in one place? Muttville Senior Dog Rescueis hosting a "Boston Tea Party" this Saturday and Sunday in hopes of finding the pups homes. Read more.

'This Is Reparations:' S.F. School Board Votes to Paint Over Controversial High School Mural, KQED

On Tuesday, the SF Board of Education unanimously voted to paint over a 13-panel mural at George Washington High School that depicts both slavery and Native American genocide in America. Read more.

Salesforce Park's grand reopening will be a more subdued affair, Curbed SF

Remember when the Salesforce Transit Center opened, only to be abruptly closed little more than a month later? The park portion is reopening on July 1. Hitch a ride on the gondola, and explore the 5.4 acre urban oasis. Read more.

San Francisco Bans Sale of Juul and Other E-Cigarettes,The New York Times

In a bid to combat teen obsession with the trendy new nicotine-delivery devices, SF is officially the first city in the country to ban e-cigarettes. Looks like Juul is not cool. Read more.

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