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San Francisco Supervisor Proposing Tax on Sodas, Sugary Drinks

San Francisco Supervisor Proposing Tax on Sodas, Sugary Drinks

It could cost more to get a soda or sugary drink in San Francisco in the future.

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Suicide Girls Return with Blackheart Burlesque at the Fillmore

Suicide Girls Return with Blackheart Burlesque at the Fillmore

It’s been a big year for tattooed, pierced and sexy modeling brand Suicide Girls. The company, which grew from a small Portland web enterprise to a internationally recognized alt-modeling brand, released its debut coffee table book this, executed a major website overhaul and revived its burlesque tour, which returns to the stage in San Francisco at the Fillmore on Oct. 25.

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BART Workers Threaten Strike at Midnight

BART Workers Threaten Strike at Midnight

The two sides are close to a deal, but BART management failed to agree to interest arbitration on the remaining issues and the unions would not bring the final contract offer to its membership for a vote.

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Streetwear Brand Pink + Dolphin Opens on Haight Street

Streetwear Brand Pink + Dolphin Opens on Haight Street

Hundreds of people over the weekend waited in line for the grand opening of streetwear company Pink + Dolphin’s second flagship store on Haight Street near Masonic. The label, co-owned by 23-year-old Cena Barhagi and 25-year-old Neima Khaila is known for its limited runs of…

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Photos: Decompression Brings a Touch of Burning Man to SF

Photos: Decompression Brings a Touch of Burning Man to SF

Decompression brought a taste of Burning Man to the streets of San Francisco for those still coming down from the Playa high and burners unable to make it to Black Rock City this year.

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Government Shutdown Puts Ocean Beach Sandcastle Contest On Hold

Government Shutdown Puts Ocean Beach Sandcastle Contest On Hold

You would think a harmless sandcastle benefit to encourage arts in eduction could survive the federal government shut down, but apparently that won’t be possible at Ocean Beach this year. Leap’s 30th Anniversary Sandcastle Contest, a fall tradition in San Francisco scheduled for this weekend, is postponed due to the shutdown.

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Meet the New $100 Bill

Meet the New $100 Bill

The Federal Reserve today introduced a new look for the $100 bill with a rebooted design entering circulation today in an effort to fight counterfeit bills.

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Fleet Week Scaled Back with no Air Show, Parade of Ships

Fleet Week Scaled Back with no Air Show, Parade of Ships

San Francisco’s annual Fleet Week celebration is underway, although because of budget cuts, it will not be quite the same this year.

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Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

The A’s open the playoffs at home on Friday as they will host a familiar foe, the Detroit Tigers.

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‘Sharktoberfest’ Celebrates Sharks in San Francisco

‘Sharktoberfest’ Celebrates Sharks in San Francisco

While the Discovery Channel and the rest of the cable TV-watching world have “Shark Week” each summer, here along the Northern California coast we get an entire month of celebrations in the fall with “Sharktober.”

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Photos: Leather, Whips and Lots of Skin at Folsom Street Fair

Photos: Leather, Whips and Lots of Skin at Folsom Street Fair

Fetish fans flocked to Folsom Street Fair on Sunday for a day of leather, whips and lots of skin.

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Dew Tour Returns to SF With Pro Skaters, BMX, FMX and Common

Dew Tour Returns to SF With Pro Skaters, BMX, FMX and Common

San Francisco city officials are handing over the keys to Civic Center again this October for the return of the The Dew Tour Toyota City Championships skateboard, BMX and FMX contest.

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