With more than 460 people taking refuge from the Kincade Fire at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, celebrity chefs and volunteers have a lot on their plate.
Plus, Trump cybersecurity adviser Rudy Giuliani doesn't get iPhone security—and got some help in SF; the Warriors take another L; and Pac Heights has some paranormal activity.
Steph Curry's Hand Broken, Warriors Generally Screwed, SFist
Cross your fingers for a speedy recovery for Curry! With Thompson already out with an ACL injury and Durant gone to Brooklyn, it looks like it's going to be a rough season for the Dubs. Read more.
Report: Giuliani went to SF Apple Store to get iPhone unlocked after being named Trump cybersecurity adviser, Mercury News
Despite his new position, Giuliani needed some help remembering his own iPhone password. After locking himself out of the device, the cybersecurity adviser stopped by Union Square's Apple store to get some help from the real experts—aka the Genius Bar. Read more.
Idiot Takes E-Scooter Onto Bay Bridge, SFist
On Wednesday evening some East Coaster thought it was a good idea to cruise across the Bay Bridge's carpool lane on an electric scooter. In case you're confused too: stupid and not allowed. Read more.
The ghosts of Pacific Heights, Curbed SF
From the Queen Anne Hotel to the Frank Whittier Mansion, the former residents of San Francisco's most spectacular mansions may or may not ever leave. Read more.
Guy Fieri and Other Celebrity Chefs Are Helping to Feed the Kincade Fire Evacuees, Eater SF
Local celeb chefs Guy Fieri, Tyler Florence, Chris Cosentino, and Traci Des Jardins teamed up with hundreds of volunteers and disaster relief organization, World Central Kitchen, to cook and serve over a thousand meals to fire evacuees and firefighters at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Read more.