By Sri Ravipati
Happy Friday, San Francisco! Welcome back to another daily roundup of local stories for Jan. 28.
Montana saw the biggest increase in new San Franciscans
Out of all states, Montana saw the biggest increase in new San Franciscans during the pandemic, San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Between 2020 and 2021, moves from San Francisco to Montana increased by 140% compared to 2018 to 2019 and 2020 to 2021.
Other states that saw the biggest influx of San Franciscans during the pandemic include (in no particular order):
- West Virginia
Things to do: Tenderloin Museum
Despite all of the negative publicity the Tenderloin District receives, its museum is a must-see for San Franciscans, 7x7 reports.
Constructed in 2015, the Tenderloin Museum's permanent collection showcases more than 100 years of history on urban construction, entertainment and political and social activism in interactive exhibitions.
Uptown Tenderloin Inc. operates the museum. The nonprofit has made strides to turn the Tenderloin into a national historic district — installing nearly 100 historic plaques and nine “lost landmark” plaques around the neighborhood. They host dozens of walking tours each year.
Tenderloin Museum is located at 398 Eddy St. and is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday.
Register for San Francisco school board recall election by Jan. 31
The special election will take place on Feb. 15.
Eligible California residents can register to vote online at the state’s registration website or submit a voter registration form in person to the Department of Elections by the deadline.
Non-citizens can verify registration status by visiting sfelections.org/portal/NCV.
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