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Gavin Newsom…Ain’t Leaving

Gavin Newsom…Ain’t Leaving

At least for now. Newsom was set to begin his new gig as lieutenant governor of California on Monday, Jan. 3. But he’s a few more things to finish up before he takes off to Sacramento. You know, like approve Target to open up in…

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Target Comes to the Metreon

Target Comes to the Metreon

There are a lot of business that have come and gone in the Metreon complex, aka the Retail Kiss of Death. But Mayor Gavin Newsom has recently approved one retail behemoth that just may be here to stay: Target. It will be San Francisco’s first…

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Transit Options Plentiful for New Year’s Eve Revelers

Transit Options Plentiful for New Year’s Eve Revelers

Planning on partying in San Francisco as you ring in the new year? Mass transit is usually the safest and most convenient option.

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York Ownership Should Be Gone Too

York Ownership Should Be Gone Too

When an objective observer looks at the 49ers, they should go back to the root of the problem at the beginning of the decade. In 2000, the team found themselves with huge salary commitments from their glory days, their Pro Bowl quarterback, a broken Steve…

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Event: NYE Fireworks!

Event: NYE Fireworks!

If you want to catch a little sparkle this NYE, then the fireworks show down by the Embarcadero is your best bet. A SF tradition, the show starts at midnight. So get there early and bundle up! For more info, go to the event listing.

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Best (and Worst) Films of 2010

Best (and Worst) Films of 2010

SF Station’s critics weigh in on the best and worst films of 2010. The top contenders are all the buzz movies you’ve been hearing about – Black Swan, The Social Network, Blue Valentine – but there are also some not so talked about films like…

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Getting Rid of Those Christmas Trees

Getting Rid of Those Christmas Trees

Christmas is over, you’ve unwrapped all the presents and eaten way too much good food. So what do you do with that Christmas tree sitting in your living room?

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Season Ends for 49ers

Season Ends for 49ers

In what can be only described as a season of discontent, the 49ers ended 2010 with a whimper rather than a bang. Losing yesterday to the St. Louis Rams, 25-17, and ending any hope for getting into the playoffs, the franchise will also be saying…

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No Cozy Christmas Fires

No Cozy Christmas Fires

If you had a vision of sitting around your Christmas tree bedecked in your flannel robes, opening presents and drinking hot chocolate while a cozy little fire crackled in your hearth, then think again. While it isn’t an official Spare the Air the day, Bay…

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Wishing you a happy holiday season and all the best in the coming year! From SF Station’s family to yours. That being said, we hope you get some killer presents and don’t get too drunk on all that spiked egg nog. And for those of…

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Free Parking on Saturday

Free Parking on Saturday

It’s a holiday tomorrow, which means that parking will be free (it’s a Christmas miracle!) all day Saturday. Muni will be running on a Sunday schedule so you can still manage to get some time in with your favorite public transportation hooligans and breathe in…

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Steve Jobs Named Financial Times’ Person of the Year

Steve Jobs Named Financial Times’ Person of the Year

It has been a big month for some of the Bay Area’s top movers and shakers. First, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was named Time Magazine’s person of the year. And now, the newspaper Financial Times has named Apple CEO Steve Jobs the most fascinating public…

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