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Muni, State Regulators Dispute Safety Violations

Muni, State Regulators Dispute Safety Violations

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority officials are disputing a scathing report from state regulators that the agency’s light rail system is unsafe.

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The Dirt on BART’s Cloth Seats

The Dirt on BART’s Cloth Seats

It’s a question that has probably crossed many commuter’s minds whenever they go to and from work each day on their BART train. Is this seat really clean?

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New iPad Revealed

New iPad Revealed

In case you haven’t heard, there was a little event at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts this morning where (former?) Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the new iPad. What’s so different about this latest version and how much is it going to cost you?

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F-bombs silenced in Oscar-winning film

F-bombs silenced in Oscar-winning film

The King’s Speech stole the show at Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony, earning the Oscar for Best Picture…in its original R-rated version.  Controversy stirred today with news that a PG-13 version will be released in theaters to completely replace the film.

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And the Oscar Winners Are…

And the Oscar Winners Are…

The King’s Speech was the big winner at last night’s Academy Awards with Colin Firth taking Best Actor, Tom Hooper taking Best Director, screenwriter David Seidler taking Best Original Screenplay and the film winning the overall category for Best Film. Basically, in comparison, all the…

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Majority of Pets Have Weight Problem

Majority of Pets Have Weight Problem

A study by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention has found that a majority of both cats and dogs have a weight problem.

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SF Police Consider Substation at Westfield Mall

SF Police Consider Substation at Westfield Mall

In an effort to curb rampant shoplifting at the Westfield San Francisco Centre, San Francisco police are considering adding a substation at the mall.

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More Than 21,000 Whooping Cases Reported Last Year

More Than 21,000 Whooping Cases Reported Last Year

Federal health officials said more than 21,000 people got whooping cough last year, the highest number since 2005 and among the highest totals in the last 50 years.

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Golden Gate Bridge Set For Renovations

Golden Gate Bridge Set For Renovations

The main cables of the Golden Gate Bridge are being renovated for the first time since the span opened in 1937.

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Casting Call: Hemingway & Gellhorn

Casting Call: Hemingway & Gellhorn

A new HBO Production – “Hemingway & Gellhorn”, about the relationship between Ernest Hemingway (Clive Owens) and Martha Gellhorn (Nicole Kidman) – is underway and they are looking for some extras. But the specifics are, well, pretty specific.

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White House Will No Longer Defend Anti Same-Sex Marriage Laws

White House Will No Longer Defend Anti Same-Sex Marriage Laws

In a move in support of gay marriage and LGBT equality rights across the country, the Obama Administration has announced that it will no longer be defending the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law passed 15 years ago that defines marriage as being that…

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Apple to Unveil iPad 2 Next Week

Apple to Unveil iPad 2 Next Week

Tech fans around the world could be in for more exciting news from Apple, as the company is set to unveil the next generation of its ever-popular tablet computer, with the launch of the iPad 2 in San Francisco next week.

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