• Andrew Yang decided to wait until the day of the New Hampshire primary to drop out of the race. He officially ended his candidacy today, ahead of an expected poor showing in the primary. [Associated Press]
  • Janet Jackson has announced a San Jose stop on her upcoming "Black Diamond" North American tour, on August 18. Tickets go on sale Thursday morning, February 13. [ABC 7]
  • Berkeley High School students walked out of class for a second day in a row to protest what they say is a "culture of rape" on campus. In today's demonstration they marched to the school district office. [ABC 7]
  • An Oakland man says he was robbed at gunpoint in his driveway in broad daylight Monday in the Dimond District. [KRON4]
  • Some self-styled anti-vaxxer "refugees" from California have moved to Idaho in order to avoid vaccinating their kids. [SFGate]
  • Postcards prompting you to fill out the 2020 Census online will begin arriving in mid-March. [ABC 7]
  • 200 people showed up for a pop-up in West Oakland on Saturday where barbecue "prodigy" Matt Horn was testing out his fried chicken sandwiches for an upcoming shop called KowBird. [Chronicle]
  • It's been a year since that big explosion, and Hong Kong Lounge II remains closed. [Eater]
  • In addition to and next door to Shake Shack, Michael Mina's Indie Superette is now open in Cow Hollow. [Tablehopper]

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