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  • We will have a cloudy weekend, and it may also threaten. Sigh. A few unusual September snows are in the forecast for Friday night, due to an abundance of moisture in the air and an area of ​​low pressure swirling around us. (Chronicle)
  • About 300,000 Bay Area residents returned to work in offices in 2022. The number of Bay Area residents reporting they worked from home was down to 26% from 35% according to newly released census data. (Bay Area News Group)
  • Director Spike Lee and actress Viola Davis were part of a discussion Thursday at Dreamforce about AI and creativity. Lee said, “I don’t even like autotune,” and Davis said, “My fear is that people don’t care about art… My fear is fast food, right? Fast food emotion. Fast food art.” (SF Business Times)
  • Castro mainstay bar/nightclub Badlands, closed since March 2020, is set to reopen in time for Castro Street Fair in two weeks, with the plywood finally off the windows. (headline)
  • San Francisco may get $17M from the state to help fight retail crime, but Oakland gets nothing because the city missed an application deadline. (ABC 7)
  • With a shortage of police officers, the city of Antioch is now offering $30,000 signing bonuses for entry-level officers transferring from other jurisdictions. (East Bay Times)
  • Auto workers at three plants owned by the Big Three Detroit automakers went on strike at midnight last night, in the first strike of its kind to hit three companies at once. (New York Times)

Friday Morning Constitutional: Castro Nightclub Badlands Reaping Short

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