• It looks like San Francisco's controversial mayor might make a cameo in The Matrix 4. Multiple sources have confirmed the SF Examiner this week that Breed entered the Matrix franchise during a Thursday evening shoot in the Financial District, specifically on Montgomery and Post. [SF Examiner]
  • The World Health Organization says our window to successfully contain the novel coronavirus is "narrowing." Officials at the organization released an ominous warning Friday in the wake of coronavirus cases increasing: “The window of opportunity is still there, but our window of opportunity is narrowing,” said WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, adding also "we need to act quickly before it closes completely, [and] this outbreak could go in any direction, it could even be messy." [KPIX]
  • The first new coastal campground inside a state park in over three decades is situated near the coastal bluff tops on Monterey Bay. Opening in 2022, Fort Ord Dunes State Park officials believe that the available dates will likely sell out the second they become available. [New York Times]
  • Today's the one year anniversary of the death of one Kyra Scarlet, the woman who was killed in a Fort Funston landslide last year. [KRON4]
  • Oprah's mission to the 14,000 who attended her 2020 Vision Tour stop yesterday at the Chase Center was clear — "[to help you make] this year your year of transformation and triumph." [SF Examiner]
  • El Garage’s lusted quesabirria tacos will soon come to Off the Grid, Fridays at Fort Mason and Sundays at Presidio Picnic. [Eater SF]
  • One woman was killed in an overnight crash in Redwood City along Highway 101. [ABC7]
  • If you're still scratching your head at the acronym "NIMBY" — Curbed SF's Sasha Perigo has you covered. [Curbed SF]

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