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Heading back to the East Bay this Friday night? Join us and ride the new late night bus service from BART/AC Transit.
Late this Friday night, members of the Late Night Transportation Working Group, elected officials, and others will be checking out this exciting new service. We will be riding the 1:26am bus (technically early Saturday morning) on the 822 Line beginning at 24th Street & Mission.
For more information about the new bus service and all of AC Transit’s all night options to and from San Francisco, visit AC Transit’s All Nighter page.
Live performances – including musicians, DJs, comedy and more – can help your cafe, restaurant, bar or art gallery attract and retain patrons. Thankfully, it’s easy and affordable to host live entertainment in your business with a Limited Live Performance permit from the San Francisco Entertainment Commission.
On November 17, the Entertainment Commission held Just Add Music, a fun and informative workshop to help small businesses learn the basics of successfully providing live entertainment, including booking performers, understanding sound and sound systems, and promoting upcoming performances.
You can watch the entire 90-minute workshop below or download an mp3 recording of the event.
Download a copy of this flyer to help us spread awareness about this exciting new service.
It’s now easier for East Bay residents to experience San Francisco nightlife!
On December 9, 2014, AC Transit and BART launched a one-year pilot program enhancing late night bus service between San Francisco and the East Bay on Friday and Saturday nights.
As part of the pilot, the existing Line 800 (between San Francisco and Richmond BART) will see increased frequency between 12:30am and 2:30am on Friday and Saturday nights, with buses arriving every 20 minutes. A new route, Line 822, will operate between San Francisco and Pittsburg/Bay Point BART from 1am to 2am on the weekends, with buses running every 30 minutes.
The pilot’s weekend bus routes will begin in San Francisco at 24th Street/Mission BART, stopping at 16th Street/Mission BART before continuing onto Market Street and to the East Bay.
Visit AC Transit’s web site for more information about the enhanced late night bus service, including route maps and schedules. 511.org offers a trip planner as well as information about all of the late night and early morning public transportation options in the Bay Area.
Shop & Dine in the 49 is a shop local campaign challenging residents to do all their shopping and dining within the 49 square miles of San Francisco this holiday season.
Businesses: You can put up a Shop & Dine in the 49 window decal at your local business. Contact your merchant association or Community Benefit District to get your decal or contact the Office of Economic and Workforce Development at email@example.com. Tag a picture of your business with your Shop & Dine in the 49 decal on Twitter, Instagram, and or Facebook with#shopdine49 by Friday, December 12. The winning submission will be selected for a shopping trip with the Mayor and local leaders at the winning establishment.
Residents and Visitors: You can participate in the challenge by tagging a picture/selfie of you, your friends or family shopping at your favorite local business on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook with #shopdine49 by Friday, December 12. The winning submission will be selected to shop with the Mayor at a local business.
Everyone is encouraged to attend Shop & Dine in the 49 events and to learn more about our many local diverse neighborhood gems. For more information, head over to the Shop & Dine in the 49 web site.