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Cal Cutting Sports

Cal Cutting Sports

With massive budget cuts across the board, UC Berkeley plans on cutting two major sports from the university’s athletic roster: baseball and men’s gymnastics. Three other sports which were also on the chopping block – men’s rugby, women’s lacrosse and women’s gymnastics – have been…

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New SFO Terminal Opens April 14

New SFO Terminal Opens April 14

The newly remodeled Terminal 2 of SFO International Airport is set to open April 14 and will be the first Leed Gold certified airport terminal in the U.S. Besides points for sustainability and green building materials, the terminal will offer more places for passengers to…

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Egyptian Dictator Hosni Mubarak Resigns (finally)

Egyptian Dictator Hosni Mubarak Resigns (finally)

It’s an end of a era. An era of 30 years of autocratic rule toppled by 18 days of peaceful protests. The New York Times (and just about every news agency in the world along with it) reports that, “President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt resigned…

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Merchants Can’t Ask for Customer’s ZIP Codes

Merchants Can’t Ask for Customer’s ZIP Codes

The California Supreme Court has ruled that merchants in the state can no longer ask credit card customers for their ZIP codes.

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Valentine’s Weekend “Brunch Drunk Love”

Valentine’s Weekend “Brunch Drunk Love”

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Weekend with your main squeeze than listening to live local music, enjoying beloved food truck eats from Off the Grid, perusing local boutique fashion, and sipping on bottomless mimosas? EYEHEARTSF is producing another huge Fort Mason party complete with music, fashion,…

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Twitter to Stay?

Twitter to Stay?

Are they staying or going? That is the question on everyone’s mind (well, not everyone, but those who care about keeping businesses in San Francisco are definitely fretting). So – will Twitter leave their Soma digs for greener pastures in the Peninsula or will they…

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Grocers Battle it Out

Grocers Battle it Out

According to Eater SF, the vacated Delano’s on South Van Ness in the Mission has come under a bidding war between UK grocery giant Fresh & Easy and bargain hunter’s delight Grocery Outlet (do they even sell fresh produce?). What’s best for the community who…

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SF Agency Proposes Major Homeless Service Cuts

SF Agency Proposes Major Homeless Service Cuts

San Francisco’s budget picture remains cloudy and things are not getting any easier for the homeless.

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Bay Area Home Prices Reach Rock Bottom

Bay Area Home Prices Reach Rock Bottom

Bay Area homeowners received some unwelcome news today when real estate site Zillow posted their data on fourth-quarter home values across the country during which values significantly fell. According to the SF Chronicle, “the accelerated declines are likely to bring the real estate market to…

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Housing for Disaster Victims

Housing for Disaster Victims

After the recent spate of suspected arson-ignited fires around the Castro, Supervisor Scott Wiener, in whose district (District Eight) the affected neighborhood falls under, is putting forth a proposal today that would aid victims of fires and other natural disasters by offering below market housing…

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California Academy of Sciences Photo Competition

California Academy of Sciences Photo Competition

There’s still time to submit your photos of the Cal Academy. What do you love about the Academy of Sciences? It is the penguins? The Rainforest? Or the Moon Jellies? Just take your best pic and post it on Flickr with the tag “academylovelife”. The…

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SF School Board Wants More Money

SF School Board Wants More Money

And not for the public schools they are (supposedly) working for, but for themselves. At the moment, members get $500/month (this amount was set in 1972) and they are proposing to increase it to roughly $40,000 annually, about what a first-year teacher makes.

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