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Inside San Francisco (Oct 26th, 2016)

 Tomorrow's forecast is rain with a high/low of 63/58 F. Friday will have AM rain with a high/low of 64/56 F.
Quince has earned its third Michelin Guide star for the first time in its history. The restaurant, which has undergone several renovations, is now recognized as one of the most elite venues in the country, according to the food rater. Northern California's French Laundry, Restaurant at Meadowood, Benu, Manresa and Saison also have three-star ratings, which is the highest on the guide's scale. – SFC

Filmmaker Kevin Epps will not be charged in the fatal shooting of a man in his Glen Park home, according to the district attorney’s office. Epps was arrested on suspicion of murder after the shooting of a 45-year-old man on Monday. “This is one of the last things I would expect to hear,” said Stanley Cox Jr., a rapper who was featured in one of Epps’ documentaries in 2006. “He’s one of those guys that you idolize.” – SFG

The SFMTA is going to build a protected bike line on Valencia Street between Duncan and Cesar Chavez streets. It will be separated from car traffic by parked vehicles, and it is slated to be completed by November. When it opens, it will become the first bikeway in San Francisco to be elevated and parking-protected. The safety advocacy group, SFMTrA, has already been placing cones and other markers to create temporary bike lanes in high-traffic areas. – ML

A short video created by the U.S. Geological Survey shows how an earthquake along two connected faults could impact the Bay Area. Last week, it was discovered that the Hayward and Rodgers Creek faults are connected at the surface. If both break simultaneously, a 7.4-magnitude earthquake could occur and impact several cities. In the video, a red blotch expands over a map of the Bay Area to demonstrate how a quake could affect the region. – USGS

  • Foster City Mayor Herb Perez has stated that he supports separating the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District. A separation could potentially allow each school to address its specific community needs. “We owe the community an analysis of what it would take and the cost benefit analysis of seceding from the union,” he said.
  • The California Supreme Court has declined to weigh in on the Friends of the College of San Mateo Gardens vs. San Mateo County Community College District case, claiming it lacks authorization to do so. The college is looking to renovate its campus, and garden supporters claim it could disrupt the local environment.
  • A billionaire has filed a suit, claiming the California Coastal Commission, the State Lands Commission and San Mateo County are singling him out and trying to force him to cede private property. Locals believe that Martins Beach, which is owned by Vinod Kholsa, should be open to the public.
Listen to Norah Jones: The Grammy award winner will be performing at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland (2025 Broadway, Oakland) on Friday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. PT. Tickets are starting around $165.00. “Jones found a sensual new texture for her voice.” – Jim Farber, EW

Register for Lean Startup Week: Lean Startup Week in San Francisco (Pier 27, The Embarcadero) begins on Monday, Oct. 31. The seven-day conference is geared toward giving entrepreneurs insight into how they can positively impact their industry. Registration starts at $1,400.00.

Explore the EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park: A tour through the sustainable building will be held on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. PT. A tour guide will explain the surrounding nature and green engineering. The event is free.
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