Here's the rest of what made headlines around SF today.

The Oakland teachers strike is definitely on tomorrow. Negotiators left the bargaining table without an agreement Wednesday, and will return to try again Friday morning. [ABC 7]

45-year-old Dustin Bellinger, the man accused in an October 2018 arson case at 124-unit building under construction in West Oakland, pleaded not guilty in court today. Oakland had a series of construction site arsons over the past several years, though Bellinger has only been linked to the one at the Hollis Oak apartment complex last year. [CBS SF]

– The Russian Hill location of Belcampo Meat Co. is closing on March 2. The company isn't leaving SF entirely, though, and is opening a commissary kitchen in SoMa. [Tablehopper]

Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress Rita Moreno (she's actually an EGOT) says she's staying in Berkeley for good in a new interview with the East Bay Express. Also, as I bury the lede, Steven Spielberg has apparently offered her a role in his upcoming remake of West Side Story (for which she won that Oscar in 1961). [EBX]

– A 22-year-old skateboarder was struck by a car and gravely injured in the Inner Sunset on Tuesday evening. [Examiner]

– UC Berkeley police just arrested three people, including a 14-year-old, in connection with a carjacking, robbery and assault that occurred on Grizzly Peak on Monday. [Berkeleyside]

– A four-bedroom penthouse in the famed Clay Jones building on Nob Hill has just hit the market for $16 million. [SF Business Times]

– LA-based Tinder has reportedly locked down a lease for a new 30,000-square-foot office near the Palo Alto Caltrain station. [SF Business Times]