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- Your weekend ICYMI: Tenderloin bar kicks man out for looking too queer, missing autistic boy found after hopping on BART, about 100 people protested Friday in front of a star-studded Hillary Clinton fundraiser in SF, BART's voltage problem has disappeared as mysteriously as it appeared, baby goats took over the farmer's market, a fleeing Russian Hill burglar smashed an Audi, and two kids are presumed dead after they were washed out to sea at Ocean Beach.
- Your Saturday and Sunday links.
- Bay Area temperatures hit record highs Sunday. [Bay City News]
- The Supreme Court turned away a challenge Monday to Google's online book library from authors who complained that the project makes it harder for them to market their work. [Associated Press]
- LinkedIn on Monday is releasing a mobile app for millions of graduating college students who might be trembling at the harsh reality that they need to find a real job. [SF Chronicle]
- One of the Church of Christ condos we told you about in February has sold for $6.5 million. [SocketSite]
- Playland on Balboa Street was a hit! [Richmond District]
- Apple may have accidentally disclosed plans to rebrand its desktop operating system within some Earth Day announcements the company published last week. [SF Business Times]
- Chinese Twitter users have expressed concerns over the company's appointment of a China regional executive who has a background working with the country's military and state security apparatus. [Associated Press]
- Verizon might end up as Yahoo's new owner. [Wall Street Journal]
- A problem with the fire suppression system at San Francisco International Airport’s largest hangar that rendered the system unable to extinguish a blaze last year needs more than $4 million in emergency repairs. [SF Examiner]