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