• The worst time of the year for car break-ins near Christmas Tree Point at Twin Peaks is, ironically, the week of Christmas. Twin Peaks suffers an average of 16 break-ins each year between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, with the annual peak theft day being December 27. [Chronicle]
  • Disgraced movie mogul and inspiration for the #MeToo movement Harvey Weinstein was found guilty on three counts, including rape, in his latest L.A. trial. Weinstein was found guilty on three counts (forcible oral copulation, sexual penetration by a foreign object. and forcible rape), but a mistrial was declared on four other charges, including the sexual battery accusations from California’s First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom. [NY Times]
  • Meta’s brightest mind in VR, Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein 3D developer John Carmack, has left Meta saying not particularly nice things on his way out. In a Friday Facebook post, Carmack left one hell of a resignation letter, saying, “​​We have a ridiculous amount of people and resources, but we constantly self-sabotage and squander effort. There is no way to sugar coat this; I think our organization is operating at half the effectiveness that would make me happy.” [CNN]
  • Ghirardelli Square is getting a pop-up from a popular L.A. chain called Broad Street Oyster Co., famed for their lobster roll topped with sea urchin and caviar, though not until “mid-2023.” [Eater SF]
  • A suspect has finally been arrested in a fatal September Union Square stabbing, 29-year-old Aaron Jones of San Framcisco. [KPIX]
  • Yikes! Luggage theft at SFO has apparently doubled over the last year. [SF Standard]

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