• The SoMa sports bar BuzzWorks has submitted plans to revamp itself into a four-story venue with a music venue and a double-decker rooftop bar. The plans have been submitted to the SF Planning Commission that would turn Buzzworks from a 12,000 square-foot venue to a 20,000 square-foot venue, continuing SF’s emerging rooftop bar craze. [SF Business Times]
  • The biggest heat wave yet of 2024 is expected to arrive Monday and continue through Friday of next week's July 4 holiday weekend. The Peninsula and East Bay will see temperatures in the 80s and 90s, but the Central Valley will see thermometers hit 105 to 115 degrees. [Chronicle]
  • Dr. Antony Fauci popped into Manny’s for a chat Tuesday night, but his conversation was more about the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s and 1990s than it was about the recent COVID-19 pandemic. “I got goosebumps,” Fauci said of the early days of HIV. “I said, ‘Oh my god, this is a brand-new disease.’” [Mission Local]
  • Metallica’s Twitter account got hacked by crypto scammers promoting some cryptocurrency called “Metal” on Wednesday, causing the value of the currency to spike by $3 million, but Metallica got control of the account back by Thursday. [Chronicle]  
  • The LA Lakers drafted LeBron James’s son Bronny James late in the second round, so the Lakers hope to have the gimmick of the father-and-son players on the same team. [SFGate]

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