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Event: Workout in the Park

Event: Workout in the Park

It’s time to get in shape. Really. You’ve slacked off for the last 4 months and now it’s almost summer and you you still cringe at the thought of putting on your bathing suit. Get a jumpstart on things this Workout in the Park this…

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Poster Art and Mural Walk (15th Street)

Poster Art and Mural Walk (15th Street)

I stumbled upon a few posters and murals on a little walk through the Mission this week. These pieces are so colorful and bright. A pleasant surprise! Murals and posters can be found in the Mission between 15th and 18th Street along Valencia. Don’t forget…

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NFL Draft Begins Thursday Night as Lockout Continues

NFL Draft Begins Thursday Night as Lockout Continues

While the 2011-12 NFL season remains up in the air due to the ongoing lockout, the future of many of the franchises will change over the next few days with the start of the NFL draft.

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Hayes Valley Elder Art Project Murals

Hayes Valley Elder Art Project Murals

Walking through Hayes Valley this week, I ran across some eye-catching mixed media murals. Using multi-faceted shades of glass, along with plastic figurines to create uplifting city scenes, these pieces offer a moment to appreciate art in the midst of the hustle and bustle of…

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Board of Supervisors Oppose Off-Leash Restrictions

Board of Supervisors Oppose Off-Leash Restrictions

Dog owners got thrown a bone yesterday when the SF Board of Supervisors went on record stating that they oppose the federal (proposed) ban on off-leash dogs in certain areas (e.g. Crissy Field, Fort Funston) of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

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No Circumcision in SF?

No Circumcision in SF?

Will a parent’s right to circumcise their male children be taken away from them in San Francisco irregardless of religious beliefs or personal preferences (with the only exception being a clear and immediate medical need)? If Lloyd Schofield has anything to do with it –…

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Veteran Cop Named New SF Police Chief

Veteran Cop Named New SF Police Chief

After weeks of lengthy deliberation, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has chosen his man to head the San Francisco Police Department.

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Fresh Paint on Harrison & 6th

Fresh Paint on Harrison & 6th

We just caught a few bright new works (and some great existing pieces) across the street from 1AM Gallery off Harrison & 6th Street. It’s likely that some of these works were produced in association with 1AM, and might even be one way they’re promoting…

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Judge Sides with Players, Ends NFL Lockout

Judge Sides with Players, Ends NFL Lockout

A federal judge has sided with NFL players and granted their request for a preliminary injunction to lift the lockout.

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Pro Surfing Contest Coming to Ocean Beach

Pro Surfing Contest Coming to Ocean Beach

San Francisco’s Ocean Beach is normally a laid back spot at the end of Golden Gate Park where tourists and residents can lay out, build a bonfire or just enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

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Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race Hits San Francisco Streets

Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race Hits San Francisco Streets

A unique tradition in San Francisco commenced once again on Easter Sunday as the 11th annual Bring Your Own Big Wheel race was held in Potrero Hill.

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Possible NFL Strike Could Cost San Francisco Millions

Possible NFL Strike Could Cost San Francisco Millions

The current NFL lockout and a possible strike could cost the city of San Francisco millions of dollars.

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