• The George Washington High School Alumni Association has sued the school district over the cover-up of the controversial “dead Indian” mural. A group of arts preservationists hopes to preserve the mural and get a 2020 ballot measure to keep it intact. [SF Examiner]
  • The Naan N Curry at 18th and Collingwood Streets has been temporarily shut down by the Health Department. This Naan N Curry is not to be confused with the two other Naan N Currys in town, and it’s also not open, apparently because of wastewater leaks from neighboring construction. [Hoodline]
  • SF-based marijuana delivery service Eaze has laid off 20 percent of its staff. After receiving more than $50 million in venture capital investment, including cash money from Snoop Dogg, Eaze has let 36 employees go and replaced its CEO. [SF Chronicle]
  • Archimedes Banya got paid to make their lawsuit against a developer go away. An adjacent development paid a total of $200,000 to mollify the bath house’s legal complaints. [Curbed]
  • In the wake of the sudden appointment of Suzy Loftus as district attorney, Mark Leno vows to come out of retirement and campaign for rival Chesa Boudin. [Joe Fitzgerald Rodiguez via Twitter]
  • This story of a blind Petaluma beekeeper is heartwarming, and sweet as honey. [KQED]

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