• A man was arrested early Saturday morning on robbery and assault charges after an altercation at Tanforan Mall in San Bruno. The suspect—who was later identified as 21-year-old San Francisco resident Arneliasami Trinidad—stole both store merchandise and personal property from the unnamed mall employee. Trinidad was soon pulled over and arrested by San Mateo police once he fled the shopping mall (also the site of a July shooting) and is still being held at San Mateo County Jail. [KTVU]
  • The historic Fort Point by the Golden Gate Bridgewas the stage for a Civil War reenactment Saturday afternoon. Spectators and Marina District passers were treated to era-correct muskets and men dressed as both Union infantryman and artillerymen as they, the reenactors, silently raised an American flag on the fort’s high flagpole. [Chronicle]
  • Hundreds of vocal protesters stormed the steps at City Hall yesterday to rally against gun violence. The crowd, filled with predominantly teachers and students, chanted "Not one more! Not one more!" in response to the recent mass shootings across the country; this demonstration was part of the nationwide “Recess Rally” movement, advocating for stricter gun safety laws and practices. [KRON4]
  • The San Francisco Public Press (SFPP) will soon launch a civic-minded radio station. The beloved quarterly paper, known for its in-depth investigative reports and expansive features, is working on a brand new radio station for like-minded, real-time discussions: KSFP 102.5 FM in San Francisco. The station will serve as a watercooler for talks about politics, culture, society, etc.. [Mission Local]
  • A South San Francisco woman was charged with shooting her boyfriend in the chest after a heated argument Saturday morning. [Mercury News]
  • Rapidly expanding e-scooter company Scoot is accused of “redlining” two of SF’s poorest neighborhoods. [SF Examiner]
  • A Richmond District resident’s backyard patio caught fire yesterday, leaving him seriously burned. [CBS SF]
  • San Francisco’s booming economy seems unbothered by trends on Wall Street. [Yahoo! Finance]
  • Here are the best Airbnbs in San Francisco to help level-up your next staycation. [Condé Nast Traveler]

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