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Giants Victory Parade Set For Halloween

Giants Victory Parade Set For Halloween

A remarkable season and remarkable playoff run for the San Francisco Giants will be celebrated on Wednesday with a victory parade up Market Street to City Hall.

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Theater Premiers: The Screwtape Letters, SF Ballet Opening Night Gala & More

Theater Premiers:  The Screwtape Letters, SF Ballet Opening Night Gala & More

This week’s hottest performances include the SF Ballet’s 2012 Opening Gala, Trannyshack Star Search, The Screwtape Letters and Oliva’s Kitchen. 

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Galleries: Giant Cakes, Sandcastles & More

Galleries: Giant Cakes, Sandcastles & More

From City Hall to Ocean Beach, this week’s gallery openings go well beyond First Thursdays at 49 Geary.

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Richmond Round-up

Richmond Round-up

It’s been a busy week in The Richmond. There have been stabbings, muggings and even a dog fight. And, no, we’re not getting the neighborhood mixed up with The Mission. Here are the top stories…

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Uber Looks to Take Advantage of Cabbie Strike

Uber Looks to Take Advantage of Cabbie Strike

As we told you last week, taxi drivers are planning to strike Tuesday afternoon at San Francisco City Hall. Although it is uncertain exactly how many cabbies will participate, most officials said it will not be a huge burden on customers as the time of…

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Yellow Pages Ban

Yellow Pages Ban

Those unwieldy bricks also known as the Yellow Pages may finally be out of our lives for good. Unless you request yours, the Board of Supervisors is one step closer to banning the delivery of unwanted phone directories. Of course, the final vote is next…

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Sculpture Headed Back to China

Sculpture Headed Back to China

The “Three Heads Six Arms” sculpture that has sat outside San Francisco City Hall for the past year is headed back home.

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Same Sex Marriage Ban Protest

Same Sex Marriage Ban Protest

Today is Valentine’s Day. For many it’s a day for giving and celebrating love, but for some it’s just an ugly reminder that love is not blind. If fact, love, marriage and discrimination go hand in hand here in California and in most states across…

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Wind-Solar Hybrid Streetlight Pilot Project Installed Today

Wind-Solar Hybrid Streetlight Pilot Project Installed Today

The futuristic green blades are being attached to what looks like rather ordinary streetlights today in front of San Francisco City Hall.  The lights are actually LED, according the sign and they’ll be 100% independent of the Grid.  Wonder what the city would look like…

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