• The three-alarm fire visible across much of Oakland this morning occurred in a warehouse that's home to about 37 artists' studios. It does not seem as though anyone lived there, and damaged was confined to about 10 of those studios. [Chronicle]
  • Facebook is once again getting deeper into the news game, launching a new "News" tab in its mobile app this fall, and partnering with big publishers like the New York Times and Washington Post. The company is reportedly inking deals worth millions to license news outlets' content. [CBS SF]
  • The Mill Valley City Council this week approved an ordinance that represents one of the most aggressive tree-cutting and wildfire prevention efforts of any California city. The ordinance calls for the removal of 10 types of trees and the creation of three-foot "noncombustible zones" around every home by 2022. [Chronicle]
  • Mollie Stone's is moving into a long-vacant space in Russian Hill that Whole Foods once considered. The Business Times uses the story to gripe about SF's formula retail rules, which would ban the Marin-based grocer if it tried to open an 11th store. [SF Business Times]
  • Kevin Durant reportedly stopped talking to his Warriors teammates midway through last season. [SFGate]
  • Dim Baos, a dim sum off-shoot of Daly City's Koi Palace, is coming to the Salesforce Transit Center. [Eater]
  • Curbed has a round-up of "architecture-forward wineries" in Wine Country.

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