• A group of loony-toon conspiracy theorists seized on a tweet from James Comey, "decoded" it, and decided that a school fundraiser in Grass Valley, California. Comey was joining in on the "Five Jobs I've Had" meme, and the crackpots decided that the Grass Valley Charter School was the target of a terrorist attack that Comey was secretly warning people of. [New York Times]
  • Experts say that the mass die-off of gray whales along the Pacific coast this spring is not fully explainable because of the weak El Nino system. The starvation pattern seems to stem from a larger ecological problem. [Chronicle]
  • The Amazing Acro-Cats are wowing and delighting audiences at Fort Mason. The show runs through next week and is all sold out. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Openly gay 2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg held a fundraiser in SF Friday night. He addressed the break-up-Facebook question saying, "I think making sure we deal with monopolistic behavior is only part of the future of tech." [NBC Bay Area]
  • A 143-unit, 100-percent affordable residential project broke ground on Friday at 1990 Folsom Street in the Mission. It is the fifth 100-percent affordable project to break ground in the neighborhood since last June. [Mission Local]
  • 12 people were displaced after a fire in a northwest Berkeley home on Saturday morning. [Berkeleyside]
  • The SFPD is seeking help in finding an 87-year-old man who went missing in Visitacion Valley. [Examiner]
  • Avedano's Meats in Bernal Heights is in danger of closing. [Eater]
  • Brandon Belt left Friday's Giants game against the Reds with an inflamed knee. [Examiner]

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