• While there were a couple of test flights Thursday, the loud howls of the Fleet Week Blue Angels Air Show begin in earnest at  12:43 p.m. Friday. The Blue Angels flights will run until 4 p.m. Friday, and then both Saturday and Sunday from 12:18 p.m.- 4 p.m. [Examiner]
  • Dianne Feinstein’s funeral service only drew one person who bothered to protest. 33-year-old artist Brian Kim showed up at Civic Center with a sign reading “If you want the People to feel sad when you die, retire before you go senile.” So the Chronicle talked to him!  [Chronicle]
  • Oakland LGBTQ bar The Port had its windows intentionally smashed early Wednesday morning, and owners wonder if it may have been a hate crime. The Oakland Police Department is not classifying it as a hate crime, but The Port co-owner Richard Fuentes said “Clearly because we were not broken into, we were only vandalized, it appears that it was purposely done,” and “It was not a random act.” [Eater SF]
  • The cost and timeline for the BART to San Jose project have increased yet again, now projected to maybe not be completed until 2036, and with a $12.2 billion price tag. [Bay Area News Group]  
  • Michelin-starred SF restaurant Lord Stanley returned as promised Thursday, rebranded as a “Californian ‘Bistro de Luxe.’” [Hoodline]
  • Former president Donald Trump apparently shared classified information about nuclear submarines with some Australian billionaire at Mar-a-Lago, so, naturally, Republicans want to make him the Speaker of the House. [ABC News]

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