∙ Mayor London Breed today named another woman — and an openly gay one — to replace retiring San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White. Jeanine Nicholson is a 25-year veteran of the SFFD, and she'll become the city's first openly gay fire chief when Hayes-White steps down in May. [Chronicle]

∙ That outage affecting "some users" of Facebook and Instagram has gone on now most of the day, marking one of the lengthiest outages the company has had in memory. The company still says it's working on it, and everybody's on Twitter instead, including Facebook — they used a tweet to deny that this was caused by a cyber attack. [Twitter]

∙ The let's-just-call-him outspoken former SF police union president Gary Delagnes has been voted out of the organization following a Facebook post denigrating the memory of SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi. Providing a clear window into the SFPD culture that controversially publicized unnecessary details about Adachi's circumstances of death, Delagnes called Adachi "a serial adulterer who drove his wife to a suicide attempt." [Mission Local]

∙ By a two-to-one margin, Anchor Brewing employees voted to unionize today. One racking room worker tells Mission Local he's "fucking ecstatic" about the vote. It now remains to be seen if and when parent company Sapporo recognizes the union. [Mission Local]

∙ Uber settled a long-standing class-action lawsuit Monday with drivers in California and Massachusetts about their status as independent contractors. Without changing their contractor status, Uber agreed to pay out $20 million to settle, and agreed to make the process by which drivers are fired more transparent. [New York Times]

∙ In case you didn't know, the very tip top of the TransAmerica Pyramid is made of glass. Inside is the airplane-warning beacon that flashes, which also becomes the steady twinkling white beacon that only turns on during the holiday season. [Curbed]

The Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday was full of doom and gloom about upcoming tech IPOs and what it will mean for the city's already tight housing supply. [Curbed]

PG&E is about to name a new CEO. [SF Business Times]

After relentless storms this winter, Yosemite announced that roads will be opening on a slower schedule than usual this spring. [SFGate]

A mansion that was featured in Sorry to Bother You is up for sale (at a loss) in Berkeley. [Socketsite]

A satellite image from Monday shows the swollen Russian River emptying into the Pacific Ocean in Jenner. [SFGate]

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