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Chris Daly, Bar Owner

Chris Daly, Bar Owner

The soon-to-be former SF City Supervisor everyone loves to hates, Chris Daly, is on his way to taking over what is now known as Buck’s Tavern on Market Street. Grubstreet got the scoop on a liquor license that is two seconds away from being approved.

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City Quilts

City Quilts

Kudos to @burritojustice who tweeted about these amazing handmade quilts of city maps. Created by Haptic Lab, they are painstakingly made and full of beautiful detailing. They sell custom made creations, baby quilts and Readymade Soft-Maps of select cities/hoods like Washington, D.C. and Park Slope,…

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No More Raves in CA?

No More Raves in CA?

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma us trying to pass a bill that outlaws raves in CA. That’s right – no more glow sticks, no more 18-year olds covered in glitter with candy bracelets piled up to their elbows, and no more sunrises full of thumping, brain-numbing music….

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Deeper Look At Test Scores

Deeper Look At Test Scores

Dr. Jim Taylor recently wrote a post that looks deeper into recent international education scores which I commented on earlier this month. Turns out if you go to a poorer school, calculated the percentage of kids on a lunch program, your scores are lower.

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Parklets Controversy

Parklets Controversy

In what looks to be another growing Mission neighborhood brouhaha, Ritual Coffee Roasters is planning to create a parklet in front of its cafe and some of its residential neighbors, particularly in the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association, aren’t too thrilled.

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Goodbye DADT!

Goodbye DADT!

This morning President Barack Obama ended Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the 17-year old policy banning gays in the military. There were cheers and shouts of “Yes, We Can!” from the crowd as the President announced his signing of the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repeal Act…

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San Francisco Power Plant to Shut Down at End of Year

San Francisco Power Plant to Shut Down at End of Year

San Francisco’s last fossil-fueled power plant will shut down on January 1 after years of bickering among local politicians and community groups.

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460 Crimes in 1 Week

460 Crimes in 1 Week

460. That’s how many crimes happened in SF in the span of one mere week. Muggings, burglaries, murders, fraud. Apparently crime doesn’t take a break for Christmas. Check out all the gruesome details on CrimeMapping.

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Photos: Renegade Craft Fair

Photos: Renegade Craft Fair

The Renegade Craft Fair was held this weekend at the Concourse Exhibition Center. With over 200 of the nation’s finest indie-craft talents, it was a DIY wonderland. In case you missed it, here are our photos.

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Watch Where You’re Walking

Watch Where You’re Walking

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that more than 800 people are hit by cars in San Francisco each year, making it one of the most dangerous in both the state and possibly the country for pedestrians.

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Gum on your sidewalk = a $500 fine

Gum on your sidewalk = a $500 fine

In a move that calls to mind the authoritarian public decency and cleanliness rules of Singapore, the San Francisco city government is now forcing businesses into keeping the sidewalks in front of their stores and restaurants clean and sparkly. That includes the wads of gum…

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U.S. Postal Service Prepares for Busiest Mailing Day

U.S. Postal Service Prepares for Busiest Mailing Day

The United States Postal Service is preparing for the busiest mailing day of the year on Monday, when more than 800 million pieces of mail are expected to enter the system.

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