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

A 1,000 foot slip-and-slide is coming to San Francisco in July 2015. Make sure you bring your floaties. (Chatter Block)

Airbnb is taking over The City. Check out this map depicting the 6,788 vacation rentals listed from Airbnb and VRBO. (The Verge)

How does San Francisco public transit stack up against other cities? (FiveThirtyEight)

A public meeting held to gather feedback on the Mission Street Public Life Plan's improvement of the Mission Street corridor was met with dissent. (Mission Local)

The McDonald's on Van Ness Avenue is closing after 36 years of operation. (Hoodline)

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Badly needed rain cooled off pedestrians on Market Street in The City on Wednesday. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
Storm door opens in San Francisco — what will the rains bring?

‘Come Monday, fire season in Northern California should be done’

Newly appointed City Attorney David Chiu will play a key role in an upcoming legal battle between gig economy companies and The City. (Sheila Fitzgerald/Shutterstock)
City Attorney David Chiu faces immediate test in major gig economy lawsuit

DoorDash and Grubhub are suing San Francisco over price controls

FILE — In-N-Out Burger, the popular California fast-food chain, is resisting San Francisco's public health rules that require indoor diners to show proof of vaccination. (J. Emilio Flores/The New York Times)
When it comes to San Francisco vaccine rules, In-N-Out should heed Biblical advice

Burger chain’s vaccine fight distracts from its tasty burgers and French fries controversy

The Walgreens at 4645 Mission St. in The City is among those slated to close. <ins>(Courtesy photo)</ins>
Walgreens says it’s closing five SF stores due to crime. Where’s the data?

Walgreens should be transparent, enlighten city leaders about crime’s effect on business

Lake Hennessey, a reservoir for Napa, looked dry in June. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday issued a proclamation extending the drought emergency statewide and asked residents to redouble water conservation efforts. <ins>(Mike Kai Chen/New York Times)</ins>
Newsom declares drought emergency across California

State closed out its second-driest water year on record

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