• State Senator Scott Wiener's long-embattled effort to get a 4 a.m. last call for bars in select California cities is moving back — only it's been dialed back to a 3 a.m. last call. "3 a.m. is a lot better than 2 a.m.," Wiener says. [SF Business Times]
  • Four more Northern California residents have been identified as victims in Monday's diving boat fire. Carrie McLaughlin and Kristian Takvam were coworkers at San Francisco-based education website Brilliant, and Andrew Fritz and Adrian Dahood-Fritz of Sacramento were a married couple originally from Taylor, Texas. [SFGate]
  • Facebook launched its Dating app in the U.S. today. The Dating tab, available only on the mobile Facebook app, allows users to create profiles and find dates from outside their pre-existing friends — though you can link your Instagram account and choose "secret crushes" from there. [BuzzFeed]
  • Local drag queen (and Iceland native) Heklina tweeted photos of all the rainbow flags that were hoisted around Iceland to greet notably homophobic Vice President Mike Pence this week. "All Pence will see everywhere on his visit is gay gay gay." [Pink News]
  • Following the not-guilty verdict for Max Harris in the Ghost Ship trial, Harris's girlfriend, Danielle Silva, thanked jurors and reporters outside the courtroom. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Wednesday night marked the gala opening of the San Francisco Symphony’s 108th season, and the last season opener that will be conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas. [Examiner]
  • After lackluster earnings reports, two recently IPO'd Bay Area companies — Zoom and CrowdStrike — took hits to their stocks in after-hours trading. [SF Business Times]

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