• Tonight marks the 40th anniversary of the White Night riots, when enraged gay men took to the streets and vandalized cop cars and City Hall following the manslaughter verdict in the Dan White trial. The verdict was seen by most as a huge injustice and a betrayal of the memories of Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone. Infamously, the rioting at Civic Center was followed by a bloody second act in the Castro District, as SFPD officers dragged random gay men out of bars for beatings. [SFGate]
  • The California high-speed rail authority is suing the Trump administration over the revocation of that high-speed rail money. The complaint says the Federal Railroad Administration was acting "in violation of its own procedures and policies." [Examiner]
  • At the City Hall rally to save the Punch Line comedy club today, Dave Chappelle was handed ABC 7's mic to took over their news report. "It's a fantastic story," Chappelle says. [ABC 7]
  • Mayor London Breed joined Supervisor Aaron Peskin in introducing a proposed ballot measure to tax Uber and Lyft rides. The measure would take effect in January and raise as much as $35 million per year for transit and infrastructure projects. [Examiner]
  • Unlike some other struggling meal kit services, SF-based Sun Basket is doing well. The company just closed a new $30 million funding round. [SF Business Times]
  • Napa Valley vintner Agustin Huneeus Jr. pleaded guilty in federal court in Boston in the college admissions fraud case. [Bay City News]
  • There's an Impossible Burger shortage, everyone! [Eater]
  • The New York Times covered the story of Bryan Carmody's hearing today. [New York Times]
  • Look for Third Street in the Dogpatch and Bayview to eventually look a bit taller as development sites like the one near Third and Williams go for density bonuses. [Socketsite]

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