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Brown Delivers on Promise for Major Cuts

Brown Delivers on Promise for Major Cuts

Governor Jerry Brown took the first step on Monday to balancing the state budget, announcing a plan that would slash spending by $12.5 billion.

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$100 for a Picnic in Dolores Park

$100 for a Picnic in Dolores Park

Want to have a nice little picnic with your friends in Dolores Park? Well, get ready to pay $100. The SF Department of Recreation and Parks is tired of picking up after you. They’re fed up with the PBR boxes and the dog poop and…

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Photos: SpaceCraft

Photos: SpaceCraft

SpaceCraft is a one-night-only event featuring visual art, music, and performance from emerging artists. Every first Thursday at CELLspace, SpaceCraft provides an open forum for experimental art and music. SF Station was on the scene, check out our photos from the event, here.

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Mommie Dearest

Mommie Dearest

And the Mother of the Year award goes to Amy Chua, a professor at Yale Law School and author, who believes holding dictatorial control over and instilling massive insecurity in one’s child is the best way to raise them. In fact, it’s this method of…

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Newsom Makes Surprising Choice for D.A.

Newsom Makes Surprising Choice for D.A.

In an unexpected move, San Francisco Police Chief George Gascón has been named the city’s new district attorney by outgoing mayor Gavin Newsom.

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Finally!

Finally!

On Tuesday January 11th (1.11.11, get it?), Verizon plans to announce that it will be carrying the iPhone. FINALLY! I thought this day would never come. Check it all out here. [Wall Street Journal]

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Gabrielle Giffords, D-AZ, Shot

Gabrielle Giffords, D-AZ, Shot

In a shocking turn of events, Arizona Democratic Congresswoman, Gabrielle Giffords, was shot point blank in the head at public event this morning by suspect Jared Lee Loughner who is now in custody. The congresswoman is in critical condition after undergoing surgery at the University…

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Harbaugh Signs with the 49ers as Head Coach

Harbaugh Signs with the 49ers as Head Coach

We got him! In what is a much needed ray of hope in a long suffering streak of bleakness, ESPN reports that the 49ers and (ex) Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh have reached a deal. A deal worth $25 million over 5 years. Wow.

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David Chiu: Will He or Won’t He?

David Chiu: Will He or Won’t He?

Board of Supervisors President David Chiu is aiming high. He wants to be mayor and he’s not going to let something like the District Attorney’s job (recently vacated by Kamala Harris who is now the Attorney General of California) get in his way. He had…

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GG Bridge Closures this Weekend

GG Bridge Closures this Weekend

If you are planning to get out of the city via Golden Gate Bridge this weekend be aware that there are several closures Friday and Saturday. The Richmond Blog has posted that, “This Friday and Saturday, both the northbound and southbound lanes to and from…

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Tasers for SF Police?

Tasers for SF Police?

San Francisco Police Chief George Gascón is once again renewing his efforts to arm the city’s police officers with Tasers. This comes in the wake of two officer-involved shootings in the past week.

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Possible Cab Fare Increase?

Possible Cab Fare Increase?

It’s hard to catch a cab in SF and when you do finally hale one down (or, most likely, you called the dispatcher – who’s rude – and the cab doesn’t even bother showing up), it’s pricey. And now fare prices are about to increase….

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