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- Your weekend ICYMI: Jay went to see Berkeley Rep's production of It Can't Happen Here, Robin Williams' widow opened up about his last days, Merigan Sub Shop is closing, Angel Pagan tackled a man who tried to interrupt a Giants game, SF's getting California's first new liquor licenses in 77 years, and nine people were displaced in a Mission District fire.
Your Saturday and Sunday links.
- A suspect is still on the loose after leading deputies on a chase in a stolen vehicle in San Jose early Monday morning. [KRON 4]
Apple has been ordered to pay $302.4 million to the patent holding and security software company VirnetX for infringing patents covering secure computer and mobile communications. [CNet]
- True tales (and tips!) to survive the SFUSD’s school selection process. [SF Gate]
- Potrero Hill suspicious package was nothing special. [KRON 4]
- Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca, tech billionaires and hosts of this season's Shark Tank, will throw a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in San Francisco on Tuesday where tickets will run up to $5,000. [SF Business Times]
Facebook takes on Craigslist with "Marketplace." [Consumerist]
- "Big spenders mostly from China, India and Dubai" shop for Bay Area homes by plane. [CBS 5]
- Here's a lengthy profile of Sam Altman, close friend of Peter Thiel and president of Y Combinator. [New Yorker]