- JP Morgan Chase "won" the naming rights to the upcoming, albeit delayed, Warriors Arena, and so it will be called The Chase Center, or just The Chase. [KRON 4, Business Times, ABC 7]
- The Department of Public Works and police officers were warning homeless people that they would be swept out of the Super Bowl City vicinity Thursday. [CBS 5]
- Also, Mr. Nevius headed down to our new tent city on Division and spoke to some of the tent-dwellers. [Chron]
- To avoid more traffic nightmares, the Golden Gate Bridge is banning all cars from that crowded Marin vista point parking lot through Super Bowl weekend during peak hours, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. [KRON 4]
- [ABC 7] has some video of Super Bowl City taking shape.
Here's the latest in Dede Wilsey's earlier discussed de Young Museum mess. [Chronicle]
- [Hoodline] asked some more questions of the people who run Sharper Future, the sex offender rehab that was planning to move to Church and Duboce.
- MySpace cofounder Tom Anderson offers to pay the Giants to keep Lincecum. [ABC 7]
- Drummer of UK punk band allegedly raped a woman outside 924 Gilman Street. [SF Weekly]
Questions are raised over an Ed Lee campaign donor involved with those indicted parties who got a lucrative SFFD ladder contract. [Examiner]
- SF high school kids have a “wigger party” in Stern Grove, get suspended. [Chron]
- As mentioned before, Alamo Square will be the next park to close for renovations, but that is now scheduled to start in April, and last until early 2017. [Hoodline]