• Burning Man’s "Barbie Death Camp and Bistro" is now being investigated by the Anti-Defamation League. After receiving “numerous complaints,” the ADL's SF office is taking it upon themselves to look into the pop-up village — which has been a part of Burns for over 20 years — citing that the display is trying to “trivialize the Holocaust for the sake of political, social or artistic [reasons].” [SFGate]
  • Nearly 3,000 residents got their lights back on after yesterday's widespread PG&E blackout. Around 4 p.m. yesterday, power was reported back on for the Mission Bay blocks that went dark at 1:30 p.m., due to an electrical outage. [KTVU]
  • A juror in the Ghost Ship trial, one of the alternates who joined deliberations in mid-August, has revealed how the verdicts went down. Millard Billings of Castro Valley tells the East Bay Times that there was one juror who did not want to acquit Max Harris until the very last day, and the two jurors who would not convict Derick Almena believe the landlords were at fault. [Bay Area News Group]
  • Drivers may now have to pay to steer down SF’s quirkiest (and most crooked) street. [SF Examiner]
  • The Mission's art scene appears to be thriving, with a boom in recently opened galleries. [Mission Local]
  • The Oakland Raiders decided to release star wide receiver Antonio Brown after his prior Instagram debacle. [CBS News]
  • The planned flight delays at SFO are kicking off, as one of the airport’s key runways closes for construction. [KRON4]
  • These were the best fashionable (and left-of-center) looks from last night’s SF Opera Gala. [Chronicle]

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