- We swear the Super Bowl news will end, probably by week's end. But the [SF Business Times] examines why the carmageddon everyone anticipated in the city on Super Bowl weekend didn't really occur.
- Meanwhile, it’ll take two weeks to clean up Levi’s Stadium, a week to dismantle Super Bowl City. [KRON 4, ABC 7]
- Jam band gods Phish are returning to Bill Graham Civic Auditorium this summer for the first time since 2014 for three nights of shows. [CBS 5]
- For the second year in a row, the city is talking about making that three-block "winter walk" zone on Stockton Street a full-time pedestrian plaza. [Examiner]
Here's an update on that proposed leather-themed public park, which goes up for approval this week. [Bay Area Reporter]
- That controversial sex offender rehab trying to move in at Duboce and Church, Sharper Future, will be discussed at a Duboce Triangle community meeting tonight. [Hoodline]
- Supervisor Aaron Peskin proposes a chain retail ban for Polk Street. [Examiner]
- There's a proposal to put the M-Oceanview Muni line underground west of West Portal, which could cost $3 billion. [Examiner]