Local artist Lance Victor Moore was at home watching The Walking Dead when he heard that the pop star of all pop stars, Lady Gaga, wanted to wear his designs.
Plus, indoor dining is set to resume in San Francisco (with rules, lots of rules), outdoor entertainment is also making a comeback, and more local headlines to send out the week on a sunny note.
Meet the S.F. designer creating Lady Gaga's favorite face coverings, Datebook
At the VMAs, Gaga accessorized with sculptural pieces by local artist Lance Victor Moore, and also donned his spiked crown and mask in her new "911" video. Read more.
SF's Indoor Dining Rules: Televisions Forbidden, Employee 'De-Escalation' Training Mandatory, Eater SF
Now that indoor dining is back in the city, expect 12 pages worth of safety precautions and regulations including 25 percent capacity, symptom screenings, TV-free dining rooms, and more. Read more.
The cable cars are back—but only for photos, SF Chronicle
Snap a pic onboard a parked car or maybe even ring the turntable bell on Saturdays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays—but don't expect to cruise around on one anytime soon. Read more.
Meet the Artist Illustrating COVID-19 Disparities in San Francisco, KQED
Biomedical illustrator—and the first ever UCSF Library artist in residence—Farah Hamade is using animation and data visualization to depict how COVID-19 and other related issues are impacting San Franciscans. Read more.
SF reopens live outdoor music and entertainment, SF Gate
Although the city's music venues are still closed, thanks to a new temporary permit program Just Add Music (JAM), launched by the City of SF, local businesses can apply for free permits to host outdoor entertainment including singing and wind-instrument-free music. Read more.
Ex-49er Joe Montana and wife fend off intruder who had grabbed their grandchild, SFist
The NFL legend and former Niners quarterback and his wife "wrestled" their grandchild out of the arms of an intruder on Saturday. Read more.