• Warriors coach Steve Kerr has issued a retort to President Trump calling him a “scared little boy” over his NBA-China rift remarks. At a Thursday press conference, Kerr calmly responded that “I was the shiny object yesterday. There was a new one today. There'll be a new one tomorrow. The circus goes on.” [Examiner]
  • PG&E executives — on the natural gas side of the business — "wined and dined" with big customers at Sonoma wineries on Monday and Tuesday as outages loomed. PG&E's CEO Bill Johnson said he hadn't been aware of the dinner, apologized for the terrible optics, and said it was in "poor taste." [Chronicle]
  • The Moulin Rouge musical is coming to the Orpheum Theatre in the summer of 2021. No specific opening dates or cast were announced, but more significantly, this tells us that the Orpheum’s Hamilton run is no longer open-ended. [Chronicle]
  • An ICE contract has Github employees up in arms. At a tense all-company meeting this week, Github CEO Nat Friedman called ICE’s policies “odious, offensive, abhorrent, cruel, [and] evil,” but ultimately deferred to his corporate bosses at Microsoft. [The Verge]
  • A Florida man sued Tesla in a Santa Clara County court, saying his son’s death should have been “entirely survivable." [KPIX]
  • Five cars in a row were broken into in the same morning on Corbett Street, and reporter Lyanne Melendez has the video. [KGO]
  • Fleet Week’s jets and ships go into full force today, and here are the best spots to watch them. [KRON 4]

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