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Gallup ranks SF and Boston as cities that have been most successful in promoting an active lifestyle among their residents. [ABC News]
- Scott Wiener did a Reddit AMA on Tuesday, and he admits to being a "joiner" since an early age, and says his last electoral defeat was running for treasurer of his 4th grade class.
- So in addition to trying to sell Twitter off to the highest bidder, Square/Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is also actively trying to sell off Caviar, which is owned by Square, possibly to Uber Eats. [Bloomberg]
- A San Jose State water polo player has been accused of sexually assaulting two fellow students at an off-campus party, has since fled the country. [NBC Bay Area]
After all that hubbub, those Satanists up in Seattle have backed out on doing that After School Satan program. [Baskagit]
- Residents in a condo project on Folsom Street say they will be “enshrouded in darkness” should an office building get to add four stories next door. [Business Times]
- Berkeley officials are evaluating how to respond to a small tent city of about 20 people that has been set up on a median in the middle of Adeline Street near Berkeley Bowl. [CBS 5]
Another SoMa hotel, this one with housing on top of it, is being proposed at the Shell station site at 300 Fifth Street. [Business Times]
- Airbnb might actually be making an effort to curb illegal SF listings, and now says they are limiting San Francisco hosts to only one property listing at a time. [Fortune]
- A 73-year-old inmate in a maximum security housing unit at Santa Rita jail in Dublin is believed to have murdered his 56-year-old cellmate with his bare hands on Tuesday. [SF Chronicle]
- Crews are still trying to figure out how to remove that capsized boat from the water near Pier 45 without causing an oil spill, and questions persist whether overloading was the cause. [ABC 7]
- Amazon launched their own music streaming service today. [Consumerist]