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Facebook Adds Options for User’s Profiles

Facebook Adds Options for User’s Profiles

Social media giant Facebook has added civil unions and domestic partnerships to the list of relationships that its users can pick from to best describe their romantic status.

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James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

San Francisco is once again well-represented, as the semifinalists have been named for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards.

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Mac and Cheese Lovers Rejoice

Mac and Cheese Lovers Rejoice

The age of specialty dining establishments expanded this week as Homeroom opened its doors in Oakland.

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Nationwide Anti-Bullying Campaign Launched

Nationwide Anti-Bullying Campaign Launched

Kids of all ages face the threat of bullies each and every day. But part of the population that is generally an afterthought to the problem is children with special needs.

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Muni Could Bring Fiscal Woes to Voters

Muni Could Bring Fiscal Woes to Voters

Facing the possibility of a more than billion dollar budget deficit over the next 20 years, financial planners have come up with five suggestions for the struggling San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

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Governor Orders State Hiring Freeze

Governor Orders State Hiring Freeze

Amid California’s ongoing fiscal crisis, Governor Jerry Brown has ordered a state government hiring freeze.

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Best Banh Mi in the U.S.

Best Banh Mi in the U.S.

The first thing that comes to many people’s mind when they think Vietnamese food is the banh mi sandwich, a mix of French and Vietnamese.

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Documents Released in SF Zoo Tiger Attack

Documents Released in SF Zoo Tiger Attack

Documents obtained by the Associated Press show that a female Siberian tiger, which was killed by police after fatally mauling a man at the San Francisco Zoo on Christmas Day 2007, likely was provoked into leaping out of its enclosure.

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Do Food Aphrodisiacs Exist?

Do  Food Aphrodisiacs Exist?

A dozen oysters, chocolate-covered strawberries, champagne; these are just a few items many consider “food aphrodisiacs,” food that gets you in the most amorous of moods.

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Sculpture Headed Back to China

Sculpture Headed Back to China

The “Three Heads Six Arms” sculpture that has sat outside San Francisco City Hall for the past year is headed back home.

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Apple Fans Looking for Love

Apple Fans Looking for Love

Dating websites have been around for decades, as singles mingle online trying to find Mr. or Miss Right. Most sites focus on matching people with common interests. But what if that common interest is shared by everyone on the site?

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Merchants Can’t Ask for Customer’s ZIP Codes

Merchants Can’t Ask for Customer’s ZIP Codes

The California Supreme Court has ruled that merchants in the state can no longer ask credit card customers for their ZIP codes.

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