• Hundreds of people marched at the Women's March in San Francisco Saturday. "Today we marched against the Supreme Court seeking to overturn Roe v. Wade," Mayor Breed, who attended the march, tweeted yesterday afternoon. "This is a fight that impacts everyone, and it will take all of us, from states across the country coming together to protect and preserve women’s right to choose." [Twitter]
  • Downtown SF was a shitshow this morning with road closures from Bay to Breakers. It might or might not have taken some people over an hour to navigate through the latticework of detours that crisscrossed downtown in order to get to their destinations today; rideshare prices soared well above $80 this afternoon; basically every e-bike two miles in any direction of Golden Gate Park was already in use.
  • A San Francisco garage fire has left at least one person injured and displaced seven. The fire was first reported in Excelsior Sunday around 5:46 a.m., which grew rapidly and eventually harmed individuals and displaced them, as well as six others; the house that was occupied by a family of seven adults was extensively damaged. [Chronicle]
  • 29-year-old Jansan Reid Buchanan was the overall winner of the 109th annual Bay to Breakers race today. His time was 36:09 — which meant he ran an astounding 4:51 per mile split over the course's 7.65 miles. [CBS Bay Area]
  • Yesterday was the official grand opening of Palo Alto’s newly reopened Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo at Rinconada Park. [KRON4]
  • The Castro Theatre and Another Planet Entertainment will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the historic theater next month from June 3 through June 12 by screening famously significant films. [Hoodline]
  • A mass shooting at a Tops location in Buffalo, New York killed ten people and left another three injured Saturday afternoon in a racist attack; the white 18-year-old gunman, Payton S. Gendron, has been detained by police. [Associated Press]

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