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Little Bits Across the City

Little Bits Across the City

PENPOP: Many interesting pieces fly under the radar for years because of their size. Which is lucky for us – there’s a sense of discovery in sighting these small drawings on rusted grates, locks, and pipes: PsyFi at Ocean Beach; Oddfellow in the Mission; Plant…

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San Francisco Looks at Increasing Cab Rates

San Francisco Looks at Increasing Cab Rates

If you’re taking a taxi in San Francisco, the prices could be going up, way up in the near future.

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70 California State Parks to Close

70 California State Parks to Close

California State Parks has announced that they will be closing about a quarter of state parks due to budget cuts. Service reductions are scheduled to begin in September with full closures coming next July.

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Unruly Passenger Remains in Custody in SF

Unruly Passenger Remains in Custody in SF

A federal judge has ordered a Yemeni native, who is accused of trying to barge into the cockpit of a San Francisco-bound American Airlines flight, to remain in custody.

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Red Bull Ride & Style San Francisco

Red Bull Ride & Style San Francisco

The first ever Red Bull Ride & Style on April 30th combined urban contemporary art and fixed gear racing at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco. The event featured works by Erik Otto, Aaron De La Cruz, N8 Van Dyke and Arlo Eisenberg on the…

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Injured Giants Fan Could be Transferred to Bay Area Next Week

Injured Giants Fan Could be Transferred to Bay Area Next Week

Avid San Francisco Giants fan and Bay Area paramedic Bryan Stow, who was assaulted outside Dodgers Stadium after the season opener in late March, could be transferred back to the Bay Area as soon as next week.

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SFPD Faces More Scrutiny

SFPD Faces More Scrutiny

San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi has released another surveillance video that he said shows police misconduct during a drug bust.

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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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