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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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Asian American Museum Looking for Docents

Asian American Museum Looking for Docents

Do you have a passion for Asian art? Do you like interacting with children as well as adults? Do you enjoy telling people not to touch things? Then you are in luck! The Asian Art Museum is looking for docents. The Docent Training Program begins…

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Richmond Gang-Rape Victim Gets $4 Million

Richmond Gang-Rape Victim Gets $4 Million

The 15-year old girl who was gang-raped by over a dozen males in a remote courtyard outside Richmond High School during a homecoming dance Oct. 24, 2009, has settled a civic suit for $4 million. She will get $2.5 million right away and the other…

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Great Highway Closed This Week

Great Highway Closed This Week

SF Appeal reports that the Great Highway will be closed early this week (today? tomorrow?) for clean-up. Apparently, sand from the beach and dunes has spread out on the roadway and poses a driving hazard. So, heads up if you’re traveling that way.

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Super Bowl XLV Set: Packers to Face Steelers

Super Bowl XLV Set: Packers to Face Steelers

Two of the most storied franchises in the history of the NFL will be meeting in Super Bowl XLV at Cowboy Stadium on February 6 as the Packers and Steelers advanced to the championship game on Sunday.

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Palace of Fine Arts Theatre: Suzanne Vega

Palace of Fine Arts Theatre: Suzanne Vega

Grammy award-winning American folk singer and songwriter, Suzanne Vega, will perform her eclectic music at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco this Thursday.

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