• Yesterday's clash between attendees of the "Free Speech Rally" (which was visited by some Proud Boys) and counter-protesters left several injured. Philip Anderson, one of the people responsible for organizing the event, had at least one tooth knocked out; several others have since been reported injured, including three SFPD officers. [Chronicle/ KRON4]
  • Calls to make the Upper Great Highway forever free of cars are growing. The Great Highway Park Initiative, a public petition to see this stretch of the road become permanently car-free and improve the area's signage (and increase the number of trash cans), has already garnered more than 2,000 signatures. [Examiner]
  • Alameda County's eviction moratorium is not exactly an easy one to navigate or understand — but this handy piece from Oaklandside can help steer you toward clarity. [Oaklandside]
  • In more mountain lion-related news: one of the big cats was recently spotted in a San Mateo backyard. [ABC7]
  • A 90-acre grass fire in Vacaville on Friday was followed by a six-acre fire on Saturday that threatened 100 homes and forced an evacuation. [KTVU / CBS SF]
  • The debate is still up in the air as to whether or not you should get a COVID-19 test if you're experiencing cold-like symptoms. [SFGate]
  • If you're still trying to decide on how to fill out your CA ballot, this piece from The Bold Italic has aggregated some of the best voter guides currently out there. [The Bold Italic]
  • Alas: it looks like we can add Kirstie Ally’s name to the list of tone-deaf, Trump-supporting celebrities keen on seeing fascism run rampant in America. [The Hill]

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