• It looks like we'll be having a wet and windy (possibly snowy!) winter holiday. The National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts gloomy, damp, gusty weather for Christmas Eve and Day in SF; some fresh powder might blanket Mount Diablo, too. [NWS / SFGate]
  • A fiery car accident left one dead and another injured last night in Santa Clara. Around 5 p.m. along Highway 152, three cars — two cars, one truck — were involved in a crash, all of them catching fire, another later exploding; one driver was trapped in a burning car. [ABC 7]
  • The viral story of an eleven-year-old girl saving her entire family from a house fire has an unfortunate new development: car theft. After The Red Cross had given the Muniz family a voucher to stay in a Marriott in downtown San Jose when they found their car burglarized Saturday morning — “Super overwhelming,” said Frankie Gomez. [ NBC Bay Area]
  • Take a sobering walk down memory lane to see just how much SF has changed over the past decade, for better and (more aptly) worse. [Business Insider]
  • Portuguese egg tarts are becoming a thing in the Bay Area — and here's where you can snag yours. [Eater SF]
  • Just in time for the holiday, the world's oldest Christmas card finds a temporary home at the Brick Row Book Shop. [Chronicle]
  • Take a moment this holiday season to help out the homeless among us. [The Bold Italic]
  • The Trump administration has added a third National Park to the United States, White Sands National Monument, in a decision that’s antithetical to their countless environmental injustices — but we'll take it. [Outside]

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