Holiday Notes: S.F. Streetsblog Party! And Streetsblog Redesign, Coming Soon

dalvaconvertedA couple of short notes for our readers:

As you may have seen on Facebook, next week we are having a holiday social on Thursday, December 15 at 7-9 p.m at Dalva, 3121 16th Street, San Francisco. Please come by and say hi!

And: Before the end of the year, Streetsblog will go live with a re-designed web page. It will be all the same content, but it should be much easier to read, especially on a mobile device. There will no doubt be a hiccup or two, so please be patient.

Meanwhile, if you value the news, analysis, broadcasts, and event programming of Streetsblog California, Streetsblog Los Angeles, Streetsblog San Francisco, LongBeachize, and Santa Monica Next, then please consider making a donation today, right now. You can make your donations here:

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Thanks. And we hope to see you next week.

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