• In yet another APEC street closure, Twin Peaks is now closed to cars for the rest of the week, even though Twin Peaks is pretty far from the APEC action. The roads at Twin Peaks were closed off to cars on Tuesday, and those high-altitude scenic streets will remain closed to cars through Friday, reopening to car traffic Saturday morning at 5 a.m. [@RecParkSF via Twitter]  
  • California got its first Denny’s with a drive-thru yesterday, as a Fresno County Denny's added a drive-thru to their existing restaurant. The drive-thru is mainly intended for app-based food delivery drivers, though anyone can use it. It’s in Kerman, California, some 180 miles from SF. Road trip? [KTVU]
  • The Warriors have three home games over the course of APEC, plus there’s a Lauryn Hill & The Fugees show at the Chase Center Friday night, which will create more APEC traffic nightmares. Obviously, Warriors and Fugees fans’ best bet is to just walk or take Muni! [Examiner]
  • A Monday night flight from SFO to Vancouver was forced to return to SFO over a "potential security issue," and the issue apparently came from inside the plane. The threat was deemed not credible and the plane then left Tuesday morning. [KPIX]
  • The California State Bar sold off its 180 Howard Street building for more than $30 million less than the asking price, as the Bar is suffering a severe budget shortfall. [Reuters]
  • Two baby orphaned mountain lion cubs, who were found in Burlingame/Hillsboro after their mother was hit by a car, have been taken in by the Oakland Zoo. [KRON4]

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