• Another one bites the dust: High Tide Cocktails, the well worn dive bar staffed mostly by Korean-American women at the corner of Geary and Jones, has closed for good. As BrokeAss Stuart laments, the place had kind of turned a wrong corner after the addition of an internet jukebox. [BrokeAss Stuart]
  • ICYMI, the name and mugshot of the attempted kidnapping suspect from that Friday Castro incident has been released. He remains in SFPD custody on half a million dollars bail. [SFist]
  • A 19-year-old female pedestrian was struck by a big rig near the Balboa Park BART station Monday. The woman was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. [Examiner]
  • YouTube's fact-checking algorithm that adds context articles under news videos bizarrely added an encyclopedia entry on the 9/11 attacks to Notre Dame videos today. The company has yet to comment on the snafu. [The Verge]
  • Swastikas were found painted all over walkways in Buena Vista Park on Monday morning. Rec and Parks staff reportedly responded to clean them up within minutes. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Two of the Bay Area parents indicted in the college admissions fraud scandal, Gregory and Amy Colburn of Palo Alto, are mounting a defense claiming they were part of no conspiracy. The Colburns, like actress Lori Loughlin, may be intending to enter not-guilty pleas, but first they're asking that the indictment against them be dismissed. [Chronicle]
  • Detroit-style pizza pop-up Square Pie Guys are moving to a space at 1077 Mission Street, formerly the home of Deli Board spinoff The Board. [Eater]
  • Meanwhile, Escape from New York Pizza is closing two of its SF locations, in the Mission and Russian Hill. [Hoodline]

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