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SF Street Art: Berwick (photos)

SF Street Art: Berwick (photos)

We went wondering in the SOMA and happened upon some incredible street art. Yet another reason why we love this city!

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Opening Day in Baseball Arrives; Bay Area Hopes Spring Eternal

Opening Day in Baseball Arrives; Bay Area Hopes Spring Eternal

The San Francisco Giants will open the season as defending World Series champions. Many lifelong fans thought they would never hear that sentence, but the franchise’s dream season came true last year.

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Governor Brown Halts Budget Talks

Governor Brown Halts Budget Talks

California Governor Jerry Brown has ended budget negotiations with Republican lawmakers, casting doubt over how the Legislature will close the state’s remaining deficit.

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PETA Trying to Rename the Tenderloin?

PETA Trying to Rename the Tenderloin?

Well, I think we can all file this under ‘ridiculous’, but thank you PETA for the laugh. The folks over at SFist report that the animal rights organization is trying to get the Tenderloin renamed to something less meaty.

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OMG Now a Part of Oxford English Dictionary

OMG Now a Part of Oxford English Dictionary

Texting OMG (oh my god) or LOL (laughing out loud) to a friend or using those abbreviations online has become part of the lexicon for millions of people.

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‘Virtual Girlfriend’ Offered for Facebook Users

‘Virtual Girlfriend’ Offered for Facebook Users

A startup company is offering a new service to Facebook users who aren’t ready to admit online that they don’t have a significant other.

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Tourism Numbers Up in San Francisco

Tourism Numbers Up in San Francisco

There is some positive economic news for San Francisco officials as tourism numbers were up across the board in 2010.

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Video: Parkour in the Presidio

Video: Parkour in the Presidio

Check out the beautiful moves of parkour filmed around SF.

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Mission’s Giant Value Sold

Mission’s Giant Value Sold

Real Estate mogul Gus Murad, who owns Medjool, Elements hostel, New Mission Theater and, until recently, Giant Value, sold the property to Oyster Development who turn plans to build condos and retail space on the site. And you can bet those condos won’t be a…

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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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