• It was announced yesterday that the laudable, pen-pushing comedian himself, Dave Chappelle is doing three shows at the Chapel — starting tonight. Tickets ($100) go on sale for his 10 p.m. show this evening and his other two stints at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. tomorrow this afternoon. [Chronicle]
  • The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) says they'll spend over $150M to preserve the Lake Merced Tunnel. An important 14-foot wide drainage pipe that's crucial to the city's sewage network, the tunnel will undergo a mult-million-dollar construction plan in 2023 to make it less susceptible to climate change. [Curbed]
  • 2019 saw nearly 500 eateries in SF lock up their doors for good, according to a new report from Yelp. Owners report nauseatingly high labor costs as a reason for the string of closures. [KRON4]
  • The SCRAP warehouse in Bayview is a wonderland for thrifters and creatives… and it’s only getting more popular by the week. [Chronicle]
  • A plane was filmed Thursday afternoon at SFO, enveloped in smoke. [ABC7]
  • The 2010s were a terrible, dream-crushing, no-good-time for affordable real estate in California. [KPIX]
  • San Jose Police responded to a shooting near Eastridge Mall this morning. [Mercury News]
  • Here's how one Oaklandian plans to build and run, in his eyes, the hottest bakery in his neck of the woods. [Berkeleyside]
  • Protests are planned throughout the United States this weekend to show disdain for the recent actions the Trump administration has taken in Iraq and Iran. [USA Today]

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