• The Blue Angels will be roaring through the skies beginning this afternoon. While the air show doesn’t properly begin until Friday, you’ll hear the jets doing practice flights this afternoon. [alt105.3]
  • Local lobbyists who worked for Juul’s essentially-now-defunct Prop. C campaign are getting vaporized from future work. Most notably, big-deal local lobby firm  Whitehurst Mosher will now not get the contract to promote next year’s Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response bond. [Examiner]
  • San Francisco’s “most expensive home” record is on the line. A mansion in the Pac Heights’ “Billionaire’s Row” area is asking $39 million, which would “tie the record for the most expensive home ever sold in San Francisco.” [Wall Street Journal]
  • The Lucca Ravioli buildings’ sales is complete, and the family has left for the first time since 1925. [Mission Local]
  • Two flights made emergency landings at SFO Wednesday; one had an engine fire and the other hit a bird. [KPIX]
  • North Beach tiki bar Bamboo Hut has reopened after a year-long closure. [Eater SF]

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