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- Your weekend ICYMI: A man was struck and killed by a BART train Friday evening, iPhone 7 mocked for being "worse" than previous models, Livermore cop charged in Celeste Guap case says he didn't pay her, the Soberanes Fire has reached 105,642 acres, Kim Chambers had to call off her swim from Sacramento to SF, and has SF lost its soul?
Your Saturday and Sunday links.
- Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy’s wife arrested in DUI that killed 3-year-old. [KRON 4]
- Survey says that new homes being built in San Francisco today are 28 percent smaller than they were a century ago. [SF Gate]
San Francisco City Hall was lit up red, white and blue on Saturday night, and there was plenty of discussion and confusion among Van Ness Avenue pedestrians about what the color scheme might mean. [Civic Center]
- Mission salsa teacher is the body behind SF's new Tony Bennett statue. [Mission Local]
- A conversation with Shel Kaphan, Amazon’s first employee. [The Macro]
- Microsoft job program seeks autistic coders. [Fast Company]
- Older Silicon Valley workers are trying lawsuits, classes, and makeovers to keep working. [Bloomberg]
- Kayaking, fishing, bocce ball, yoga, and farmers markets are among the activities proposed at the former Pacific Rod and Gun Club site along Lake Merced. [SF Examiner]