The Warriors' new home, Chase Center, is almost ready for game time—and according to this week's news, so is the arena's restaurant offering.
Plus, skaters hill bombed Dolores Street, Lake Tahoe is full (like, literally), and Yosemite's famed Ahwahnee Hotel gets its name back—these and more local headlines you may have missed.
New Local Eateries, Culinary Director Announced as Chase Center Nears Completion, SF Eater
If you were already excited about the September opening of the Chase Center, get ready for your mouth to water—the arena will host bites from local favorites including Bakesale Betty, Dumpling Time, and Tin Pot Creamery. Read more.
Security experts warn FaceApp users of giving app access to photos, Kron4
FaceApp has gone viral—and so have the experts' concerns about privacy—the app's developers can use your photo and name for anything they'd like! Read more.
Yosemite settles trademark dispute—Ahwahnee, other historical names to return, San Francisco Chronicle
Earlier this week, in a $12 million deal, several sites at Yosemite National Park were restored to their original historical names. In a long legal battle, former concessionaire Delaware North had claimed ownership of these park names. Read more.
Lake Tahoe fills to the top as massive winter snows melt, The Mercury News
Do the beaches at Lake Tahoe seem smaller than they used to? They are. It's called climate change, people. Read more.
Hundreds of skateboarders flew down San Francisco's Dolores Street at obscene speeds, USA Today
Locals skaters bombed down steep Dolores Street to cheers (and no doubt some resident scowls) at record speeds. Sounds safe! Read more.