Good times for Barry Bonds! Not only is he back in an SF Giants uniform, but he finally sold his super fancy Beverly Hills mansion for $22 million (after a $1.5 million price cut). [SF Gate]

After years in court, elderly residents of a Mission District apartment building have successfully fought an attempted Ellis Act eviction. [Beyond Chron]

A judge in SF issued a nationwide order prohibiting the National Security Agency from destroying evidence in a civil rights lawsuit against the agency. [AP/Yahoo]

Safeway's getting sold, so what does that mean for the La Playa Safeway's big remodel plans? Reply hazy, ask again later. [Richmond SF]

SF-based Skully Helmets took top wearable tech honors at the 2014 SXSW Interactive's Accelerator Awards. With "an integrated display to provide motorcycle riders with a 180-degree wide angle rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation, and voice control," these things sound pretty amazing. Let us know when you need a reviewer, Skully. [Racked SF]

"SF It girl" Vanessa Getty lists the spots that make SF "so special." And, wow, what hidden gems she has uncovered! What is this "Ferry Building"? And we have gotta check out this "Union Square" thing she's talking about. [Harper's Bazaar]

Harbor seals are basically the canary in the California seafood coal mine. [KCBS]

The [San Francisco Chronicle] and the [SF Examiner] both report the results of an online poll responded to by 616 registered voters. Sounds pretty legit.

Who is the Petaluma Buddha thief? Maybe this surveillance video will help. [KTVU]

Record high ridership for BART, Caltrain, and Muni. [SF Examiner]