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Nickel and Dimed

Nickel and Dimed

MoneyRates.com conducted a study that detailed the most difficult states (and best) in which to make a living. You may have a higher salary in one state than another but find your standard of living much lower. And guess what? California is the 4th worst…

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SF Street Art: Clarion Alley

SF Street Art: Clarion Alley

I spied some great pieces on the walls at Clarion Alley this past weekend. This larger than life mural stands over 12 feet tall. Take a stroll through Clarion Alley in the Mission to see San Francisco creativity in action.

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BART Manager Quits, Gets $1 Million

BART Manager Quits, Gets $1 Million

It sounds like the catch for a new game show: quit your job and get $1 million dollars. Unfortunately, this is no game, this the reality of a screwed up transportation authority. BART general manager Dorothy Dugger will resign April 22, and in return she’s…

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Barry Bonds = Guilty

Barry Bonds = Guilty

The jury has spoken and the verdict is in: Barry Bonds is guilty – and not of being a douchebag who took steroids which allowed him to garner accolades he didn’t deserve – no, he was found guilty of “Obstruction Of Justice”. For the other…

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Free Planting Mix!

Free Planting Mix!

Spring is here and that means ardent gardeners are busy planting away. And what every garden needs for its flowers and veggies to grow is some good compost. And this Saturday Sunset Scavenger’s Recology is giving it away for free!

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SFO Terminal 2 Set to Open to the Public

SFO Terminal 2 Set to Open to the Public

Nearly eleven years after closing, San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 2 is finally prepared to open its doors to the public.

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Cal Baseball Saved From Chopping Block

Cal Baseball Saved From Chopping Block

UC Berkeley officials have announced that the school’s baseball program will survive after a massive fundraising effort over the last two months has raised $9 million.

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A Giant Homecoming

A Giant Homecoming

The city, fans and team have been able to revel in World Series glory for a few months. And even though we’ve had a few preseason games at AT&T and our Giants have played six games, this weekend will be a culmination, the true homecoming….

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Mid-Market Gets Another Tenant

Mid-Market Gets Another Tenant

The revitalization of San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood continues as the area will now include the Burning Man headquarters.

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President Obama to Hold Town Hall Meeting on Facebook

President Obama to Hold Town Hall Meeting on Facebook

President Barack Obama will be making another appearance in the Bay Area later this month, this time kicking off his fundraising campaign for the 2012 election.

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Smart Meter Opt-out

Smart Meter Opt-out

Critics of smart meters, those new wireless meters that PG&E has been installing and which some critics believe cause health problems as varied as insomnia and cancer, can now breathe a sigh of relief. The utility company is offering residents the option to turn the…

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CHP to Crack Down on Distracted Drivers

CHP to Crack Down on Distracted Drivers

For those people who still haven’t figured out about the dangers of texting or talking on your phone while driving, be extra careful this month.

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