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San Francisco daily roundup: Fleet Week 2021 adds performers, Michelin honors three S.F. restaurants and more

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San Francisco Fleet Week 2021 adds performers to air show lineup

San Francisco Fleet Week 2021 is preparing to make a comeback after hosting a virtual version in 2020, with an additional four performers added Wednesday, KRON 4 reports.

The U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue, U.S.C.G. C-27/MH-65, C-17 and P-3 and P-8 demonstrations were added to the iconic air show's lineup.

The event, which occurs between the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, will host a festival center at the Marina Green waterfront. More event information and tickets are available on the official event website.

These three budget-friendly S.F. restaurants are now Michelin-grade
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Prestigious restaurant reviewer Michelin Guide on Wednesday handed out Bib Gourmand awards to 11 restaurants. The award honors establishments offering “a full menu of a starter, main course and dessert, making it possible to order two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for around $40 or less (tax and gratuity not included)," KRON 4 reports.

In San Francisco, two places serving dumplings and a French spot earned the awards:

After lengthy search, City College of San Francisco names new chancellor

The City College of San Francisco concluded its nationwide search for a new chancellor on Wednesday after 18 months, CBS San Francisco reports.

David Martin was appointed by the college's Board of Trustees. Martin currently is the superintendent-president at Monterey Peninsula Community College District. He was the City College’s chief financial officers and interim vice chancellor for financial affairs between 2015 and 2017.

“Dr. Martin has worked at City College in the past and understands our challenges,” trustee Alan Wong said, per CBS SF. “I am confident that he brings the necessary skill set to reign in the fiscal challenges that the college faces, bring in additional enrollment, and find new funding sources.”

Martin is scheduled to start the role on Nov. 1.

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