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- Dominique Crenn's still fighting the good fight. [SFist]
- Inside Apple's Emmy quest. [Associated Press]
- The Essential Phone isn't as drop-proof as all that. [CNet]
- Fancy people did fancy things at last night's SF Opera opening. [SF Chronicle]
- [The Concourse] gets in the trenches with Officer Edith and SF's ACC.
- Ninth Street's Kryolan building can be yours. [SocketSite]
- The SFMTA tells parents they must park legally (not doubly) when they drop off their kids.
- Does the Bay Area even want an Amazon HQ? [Curbed SF]
- UC Berkeley faculty members debate free speech at panel. [Daily Californian]
SFO fills with Irma evacuees from Florida as storm preparation continues. [ABC 7]
- Two SF officials will continue to face corruption charges, a third officials charges have been dropped. [CBS 5]
- That shelter in place order you might have seen last night was a barricaded man in the Richmond. [KRON 4]
Bill Clinton was in SF to honor Dr Amos Brown. [SF Chronicle]
- [Streetsblog SF] voices opposition to city plan to support small businesses harmed by construction.