• A suspicious device caused the evacuation of the Marsh Theatre in the Mission Monday night and shut down several streets for hours. The device was determined not to be a threat by the bomb squad, and the streets reopened around 7 p.m. [ABC 7]
  • San Francisco's homelessness department failed to meet its goals in both housing people and in busing them out of town last fiscal year. Homeless czar Jeff Kositsky, in presenting the report, said, "We under-performed pretty significantly." [Examiner]
  • Longtime SF scribe and self-described "agitator" Broke-Ass Stuart, a.k.a. Stuart Schuffman, is nervous that his rent-controlled apartment in SoMa may be endangered. The one-time mayoral candidate makes ends meet by bartending one night a week and freelance writing — his longtime local website apparently barely breaks even. [Chronicle]
  • After rejecting a plan to redevelop the Vallco Shopping Center, Cupertino has been put on notice that they could be sued by the state. The state has already sued the city of Huntington Beach for not fulfilling its housing development obligation. [SF Business Times]
  • Two people are dead after two separate shootings in Oakland last night. [KRON 4]
  • Curbed has just published a travel guide to wine country. [Curbed]
  • A San Francisco woman, Elizabeth Charles, was one of three people who died in a beach cliff collapse near San Diego last week. [ABC 7]
  • Toni Morrison, one of only two American women ever to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, has died at the age of 88. [New York Times]

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