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Court Refuses to Allow Gay Marriages During Appeal

Court Refuses to Allow Gay Marriages During Appeal

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled to not allow same-sex marriages to take place in California while it considers the constitutionality of the state’s ban.

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Bay Area Bridges Receive Poor Marks

Bay Area Bridges Receive Poor Marks

A new federal report has found that one in five Bay Area bridges is marked as a high-priority for monitoring and repair.

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Phonebooks Protest

Phonebooks Protest

Just say no…to unwanted phonebooks. Most of us in SF got them; I know mine went straight into the recycling bin. And this morning, activists with the group Phonebook Free SF delivered thousands of phonebooks to the doorsteps of AT&T’s downtown office at 739 Folsom…

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Rally for Public Schools

Rally for Public Schools

There will be a rally this afternoon against the annual recent budget cuts targeting public schools. Taking place in the Excelsior District, there will be a march starting at the SF Community School at 2pm followed by a rally from 3:30 – 4pm at 163…

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New Parklets Pop Up

New Parklets Pop Up

Eight new parklets have been approved by the city with nine more in varying stages of approval. As the SF Examiner tweeted: “More San Francisco parking spots to be converted to parklets.” Each mini park takes up roughly 2 parking spots. But, hey, at least…

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AT&T Reaches Agreement to Buy T-Mobile USA

AT&T Reaches Agreement to Buy T-Mobile USA

At&T Inc. has agreed to purchase T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for an estimated $39 billion in cash and stock, pending regulatory approval.

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Jury Selected in Barry Bonds Perjury Trial

Jury Selected in Barry Bonds Perjury Trial

After five hours of  questions, a group of eight women and four men have been selected to serve on the jury for the perjury trial of former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds.

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Photos: The Brides of March

Photos: The Brides of March

The Brides of March took over North Beach this weekend. Throngs of people dressed in their wedding whites paraded through the heart of San Francisco, strolling through Union Square, shopping at fancy stores and drinking in local bars.

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Charlie Sheen Tour to Hit SF

Charlie Sheen Tour to Hit SF

The wonders and magic of one Charlie Sheen will be able to be seen live and in person next month in San Francisco.

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Event: Sunday Streets 2011 Kicks Off!

Event: Sunday Streets 2011 Kicks Off!

This Sunday, March 20, from 11am – 4am, the first Sunday Streets of the year will kick off. A city-sponsored block-party, the event closes down a “portion of a neighborhood’s streets to automobile traffic, and opens them to pedestrians, bicyclists, and activities”, in this case…

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Bay to Breakers to Race On

Bay to Breakers to Race On

After struggling to find a sponsor, leaving the future of the race in peril, officials with San Francisco’s Bay to Breakers race have announced that Redwood City-based Zazzle has signed a two-year contract to be the title sponsor for the event.

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Twitter Agrees to Stay in SF, With a Catch

Twitter Agrees to Stay in SF, With a Catch

Twitter has told San Francisco officials that they plan to lease offices in the city’s Mid-Market neighborhood, but only if the Board of Supervisors approves a payroll tax exemption plan.

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