• The woman who died in an early August house fire in Bayview has been identified by the San Francisco Medical examiner as 65-year-old Jewel Hall. Hall was apparently trapped in the back of her house when the fire erupted, according to firefighters; no one else was injured or killed because of the inferno. [Bay City News]
  • Chadwick Boseman, the beloved actor and star of Marvel’s history-making Black Panther, passed away Friday from stage IV colon cancer. The 43-year-old actor died peacefully at his home, surrounded by his family; Boseman filmed not one, but four Marvel films while simultaneously battling one of the most aggressive types of cancer. [New York Times/ Oaklandside]
  • Oakland police reportedly arrested at least 10 individuals during Friday night’s protests in downtown Oakland, the display put on to denounce the shooting of Jacob Blake. [ABC7]
  • San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s house was vandalized amid protests in the city; his neighbors rallied to clean up the graffiti and Liccardo, himself, has said the vandalization doesn’t quell his support of the BLM movement. [KPIX]
  • USPS has removed six Oakland collection boxes — raising concerns about election interference and reduced postal services. [Chronicle]
  • San Francisco (Open) Studios, a 45-year-old city tradition that allows art enthusiasts to skim and purchase local work, will continue this year… albeit online. [sfosguide.com]
  • The CZU Lightning Complex fire has destroyed the Swanton Pacific Ranch — which was built in the 1800s — including the 100-year-old steam engines that were housed inside a roundhouse when the fire swept through the ranch. [KRON4]
  • From the maple-bacon-apple donut at Dynamo Donuts to Haight Loaves’s Focaccia pizza, here are the best takeout dishes Eater SF editors macerated this week. [Eater SF]

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