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Google to Hire 6,200 New Workers

Google to Hire 6,200 New Workers

Well, at least someone is doing well in this economy. Tech powerhouse Google has announced that it plans to hire 6,200 more workers this year. So now you know where to send those resumes.

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Casting Call: Extras for Contagion

Casting Call: Extras for Contagion

The upcoming Steven Soderbergh (you know, that guy who directed Sex, Lies, and Videotape, Traffic and Ocean’s Thirteen?) movie, Contagion, which IMDB describes as “an action-thriller centered on the threat posed by a deadly disease and an international team of doctors contracted by the CDC…

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Health Clinic Plans to Close its Doors

Health Clinic Plans to Close its Doors

The Lyon-Martin Health Services Clinic has announced it will close its doors after serving the city of San Francisco for 30 years.

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(Another) Toyota Recall

(Another) Toyota Recall

Toyota is not having a good couple years. AP reports that the Japanese automaker is now recalling almost 1.7 millions cars for “various defects that may cause fuel leakage and other problems”. The cars in question include the IS and GS Lexus models, the Avensis…

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Mission Street Real Estate

Mission Street Real Estate

Half of the 2500 block of Mission Street seems to going up for sale. According to Eater, Gus Murad the owner of Medjool (featuring the best rooftop bar in the city) and adjacent Elements Hostel is putting both properties up for sale for $7.1 million….

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Help Count the Homeless

Help Count the Homeless

Does it always seem like San Francisco has a plethora of homeless people? It definitely feels like we have more homeless than any city in the country. Well, now you can help find out exactly how many homeless men and women we really do have….

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What If?

What If?

Mel Kiper’s Redo of the 2005 NFL Draft Imagine Rodgers with the Niners? It could have been a perfect marriage… He was right nearby in Berkeley, and he likely changes everything for the 49ers. This is a conversation every 49 fan has had with themselves…

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America’s Cup Dates Announced

America’s Cup Dates Announced

The dates for the America’s Cup – you know that little international sailing race that’s going to be completely taking over the piers and the Bay – have been set: Sept. 7, 2013 – Sept 22, 2013 (or even earlier if the winner emerges before…

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A Crop of Yellow Birdhouses

A Crop of Yellow Birdhouses

Have you noticed all those cute little yellow birdhouses around the Mission and SoMa? They’ve been hung on telephone poles, trees and other nooks and crannies. Well, I haven’t spotted any but now I’m going to keep my eyes peeled open for them. Who’s putting…

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Sea Otter Deaths on the Rise

Sea Otter Deaths on the Rise

The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting a big jump in the number of dead sea otters found along the California coastline.

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Event: Macworld 2011

Event: Macworld 2011

Let the Mac-obsessed descend upon the city! It’s Macworld, Wed Jan 26 – Sat Jan 29 at Moscone Center West, where the tech geeks and Apple heads wait with bated breath for the newest pronouncements from the Mac Gods, and then spend three days salivating…

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And the Oscar Nominees Are…

And the Oscar Nominees Are…

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning at 5:30am (because, you know, that’s exactly the kind of news you need to hear that early in the am). Whoever you think was going to get nods from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences got…

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