• Despite allegations she may have dodged meetings to prevent quorum and plenty of opposition, the SF Board of Supervisors approved Mayor Breed’s reappointment of Debra Walker to the SF Police Commission. Even though there was a unanimous vote to reject Walker at last week’s Rules Committee meeting, Walker was approved to a second police commission term in a 7-3 vote Tuesday. [Bay Area Reporter]
  • 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey has made the cover of this year’s Madden NFL 25 video game, the first 49er to get that distinction since Garrison Hearst in 1999. There is of course the risk that McCaffrey will fall risk to the so-called “Madden Curse,” where players suffer terrible injuries or have awful seasons once they make the game’s cover, but the cover athlete has not had a poor season since Antionio Brown in 2019. [CBS Sports]
  • Billionaire Ripple Labs co-founder Chris Larsen, who paid for surveillance cameras all over town, is determined to donate $1 million to the SFPD. But the money won’t be used on weapons, so the only ideas floated for use of the money are for toy drives, BBQs, and ice baths. [Chronicle]
  • Outside Lands announced the lineup for their popular queer dance area Dolores’ stage, with the Fake & Gay crew helming the stage Friday, Oasis and D’Arcy Drollinger on Saturday, and Hard French on the decks Sunday. [Outside Lands]
  • That large Lake Berryessa brawl this weekend that saw one person fatally shot has resulted in an arrest and the charging of a 25-year-old man suspected of the shooting. [KTVU]
  • San Jose competitive eater Joey Chestnut has been barred from participating in the famed July 4 Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island this year, because he signed a marketing deal with Impossible Foods, and Nathan’s Famous is pissed that he’s representing a competing food brand. [ESPN]

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