• Sunday night’s rains are expected to continue through Monday, though the skies should clear up by Tuesday. BART trains are running a little slower than normal Monday morning, and the system recommends travelers give themselves and extra ten minutes of travel time. [KPIX]
  • The sign for the Oakland block of MacArthur Boulevard that was renamed for Tupac Shakur had its official unveiling ceremony this weekend. The block of MacArthur Boulevard between Van Buren and Grand avenues is now honorarily renamed Tupac Shakur Way, for the legendary rapper and one-time Oakland resident who had once lived not far from there. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Chronicle has an analysis of the restaurant woes on Valencia Street, where restaurateurs say business is down 30%-50% compared to this time last year. Many owners blame the new Valencia Street center bike lane, which they say is causing parking hassles that discourage customers from visiting the corridor. [Chronicle]
  • Just after Park Tavern got an eviction notice in North Beach last week, now the Michelin Guide-recognized Russian Hill restaurant Berber is also facing a possible eviction, and their landlord has served a lawsuit for more than $96,000 in back rent. [SFGate]
  • At least four people were injured in a Friday night police chase that ended in a crash, and one of the vehicles struck was a Waymo carrying passengers. [KGO]
  • The New York Times is covering the vandalism that temporarily shut down Valencia Street ice cream shop Smitten, though the shop’s GoFundMe campaign is doing well and owner Robyn Sue Fisher says the store could reopen by Thanksgiving. [NY Times]

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