Ben Margot/AP PhotoSan Francisco will log .00 inches of rain for the month of January.

Ben Margot/AP PhotoSan Francisco will log .00 inches of rain for the month of January.

News: SF around the Internet

Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Wednesday.

Daniel Quagliozzi of the Inner Sunset has launched Go Cat, Go!, a service that promotes understanding between felines and their owners. (Hoodline)

The Steve Jobs biopic has started filming around The City, so keep an eye out for people dressed in 1970s attire. You might see Michael Fassbender! (Slash Film)

S.F. State will be the first public university to hold a commencement at AT&T Park. (Golden Gate Xpress)

Someone started a petition to stop a 1,000-foot Slip 'N Slide from coming to San Francisco in order to conserve water. The man already has over 400 signatures. (SF Curbed)

For the first time since 1850, San Francisco will log no rain in January. (CBS SF)

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