• A glitch with computers operated by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol went down on Friday, causing long delays at SFO and other international airports. The glitch was resolved at 3 p.m. Pacific Time. [Chronicle / New York Times]
  • Members of the Equinox gym in Berkeley and regular Soul Cyclers don't appear to be heeding those boycott calls. Berkeleyside interviewed a number of them who seem to think their gym choice doesn't impact their politics. [Berkeleyside]
  • Facing mounting public pressure, Judge Christine Van Aken has recommended that assault suspect James Austin Vincent should get an ankle monitor device while awaiting his court date. She said she had not seen the attack video when she recommended his release, but still says he's fine to stay in a transitional housing facility rather than in jail. [ABC 7 / CBS SF]
  • Don't forget if you're using BART to the East Bay this weekend, tracks are getting replaced between Orinda and Walnut Creek. Train service will be replaced with a bus bridge, and the situation is expected to impact drivers as well. [CBS SF]
  • Ed Smart, the father of kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart, has come out as gay. He says he's separated from his wife and left the Mormon church. [KRON 4]
  • Longtime SF restaurateur Pat Kuleto has cut the price of his Napa Valley estate by $2.8 million since it first hit the market in 2018. The 6,000-square-foot St. Helena manse may need a very specific buyer. [SFGate]
  • A 3-alarm brush fire broke out this morning in Vacaville. [CBS SF]
  • Tom Green is performing at Cobb's Comedy Club in SF this weekend. [ABC 7]
  • Soul legends the Isley Brothers are closing out Stern Grove this Sunday. [CBS SF]

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