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Jay takes in some Imaginary Comforts. [SFist]
- [Fast Company] joins the crowds mocking the New York Times' notions of proper social media behavior for journalists.
Several hundred workers fired from Tesla factory, reportedly for pro-union views. [SF Chronicle]
- Twitter has given Senate investigators the names of of 201 accounts linked to Russia. [Associated Press]
- Celebrating the Avenue Theatre's restored and glowing sign. [Portola Planet]
- Another sign of trouble? Uber's Mission Bay headquarters opening has been delayed to early 2020. [SF Business Times]
- The new Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge has opened. [CBS 5]
- [The Atlantic] reports on "What Facebook Did to American Democracy," claiming that it was "hard to see it coming." But was it, really?
- California has become the first state to ban sales of dogs from puppy mills. [KRON 4] [Associated Press]
- Bay Area air quality is so bad that even [Streetsblog SF] is telling you not to ride your bike.
- A pedestrian killed in collision on 101 in SF has been identified. [Bay City News]