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Central Market Chor Boogie Mural

Central Market Chor Boogie Mural

This mural by Chor Boogie is well worth a walk down Market Street! The mural is massive, covering about half a block of prime Market real estate. It’s a great addition to the neighborhood. If you missed his piece in the Indoor Mural Project show…

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Last American Car Dealership in SF Closes

Last American Car Dealership in SF Closes

The last American car dealership – SF Ford Lincoln Mercury on 1595 Van Ness – selling new cars has closed down in SF. Apparently there was a decided lack of interest in U.S. cars. This means that if you live in San Francisco and want…

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Leave Those Cars at Home

Leave Those Cars at Home

Thursday marks the Bay Area’s 17th annual Bike to Work Day. All nine Bay Area counties are participating in the celebration, which is part of National Bike Month.

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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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Video: Minneapolis Is the New Gay

Video: Minneapolis Is the New Gay

San Francisco is no longer the gayest city in America. It’s not even in the top ten of gayest cities. The Daily Show investigates.

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Free Electric Car Charging Stations

Free Electric Car Charging Stations

Owners of electric cars will soon have a place to charge their vehicles. Mayor Ed Lee recently announced that the city will be installing 80 new electric car charging stations. The stations will be located at city-owned parking garages, SFO and, possibly, select public libraries…

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Valencia Side Alley Art (Sycamore St.)

Valencia Side Alley Art (Sycamore St.)

Down a small alley off of Valencia Street, the casual wanderer can find some artistic surprises hiding around every corner. This small collection of murals brings out one’s inner child with their whimsical and cartoon-like subjects. Take a walk down San Francisco side alleys for…

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Free Taxis, Tows Offered for Cinco de Mayo Revelers

Free Taxis, Tows Offered for Cinco de Mayo Revelers

Per usual, some cab and tow truck companies are offering free rides and tow truck services for Cinco de Mayo.

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Art In Storefronts on Market Street

Art In Storefronts on Market Street

There’s a lot of art going up recently on Market Street between 6th and 7th. Next to the UN Plaza, I spotted a new installation by artist Karen Cusolito called Valiant Flowers and murals by Paz de la Calzada, Rafael Landea, and Robert Harris at…

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Alcatraz Evacuated After False Alarm

Alcatraz Evacuated After False Alarm

More than a thousand people were evacuated from Alcatraz Island in the San Francisco Bay on Sunday afternoon after a faulty fire alarm went off.

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Osama bin Laden Killed by U.S. Raid in Pakistan

Osama bin Laden Killed by U.S. Raid in Pakistan

Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the September 11th terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans, was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces on Sunday in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

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Chrome Goes Custom

Chrome Goes Custom

New Bag Options, and More One of San Francisco’s iconic messenger bag companies, Chrome, has been quietly offering custom messenger bags since September. Recently the company unveiled new fabrics, colors, and fixings that are now available for the discerning bag collector. For an extra $30,…

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