• A plan to build student and homeless housing on the site of People's Park in Berkeley is backed by the city's mayor, but not by everyone. The founders of the once fiercely protected park, now in their 70s and 80s, remain opposed to any such development even though the park is largely regarded as a large homeless camp. [East Bay Times]
  • Muni train service was restored Friday evening at 7:40 p.m. following a day of chaos. Service restoration came in time for the Giants-Yankees game to let out around 10:30 p.m. [Examiner]
  • Borderlands Cafe on Valencia Street is closing after 10 years. The simple cafe next door to Borderlands Books has had trouble retaining staff, and owner Alan Beatts says he wants to focus more on the bookstore, which remains open. [Mission Local]
  • A 3.4-magnitude earthquake rattled the East Bay early Saturday. The quake struck at 2:36 a.m. near Concord. [CBS SF]
  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk has once again reached a deal with the SEC over this Twitter habit. For the second time Musk was chastened by the agency in February for misrepresenting the company's production numbers in a tweet. [Associated Press]
  • Apple has been quietly clamping down on apps that discourage iPhone use and increase parental controls. Over the past year, since Apple introduced its own screen-time tracker, other apps that do similar things in a more robust way have been removed from or restricted in the App Store. [New York Times]
  • Sounds like a lot of people had herpes outbreaks at Coachella this year. [ABC 7]
  • For the third year in a row, President Trump is shunning the White House Correspondents' Dinner in order to attend a campaign rally. [ABC News]
  • Over the last 20 years, white people have been moving into previously non-white neighborhoods in a consistent pattern across multiple cities around the country. [New York Times]

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