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UPDATED: The Woman Who Smuggled Herself
Joe Eskenazi | July 6, 2015



On Thursday evening, "serial stowaway" Marilyn Hartman walked, free, out of the Chicago-area jail where she'd spent two months for trespassing at...

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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working
Adam L Brinklow | July 3, 2015

 

 

Suspect Held...

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Six Wines For Summer Favorites
Ian White | July 2, 2015

 

 

Summer is here and that means grilling, wine chilling, and new, tasty pairings. Bob Paulinski, a Master of Wine and the Senior VP of wine for BevMo, helped us hunt down tasty, readily available,...

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The Big Change at the Assessor-Recorder's Office You Don't Know You Care About
Adam L Brinklow | July 2, 2015

 

Good news, everyone: Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu’s office just got access to the Association of...

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This Attorney Is Suing the Pants Off the Sharing Economy—For Its Own Good
Adam L Brinklow | July 2, 2015

 

Boston-based lawyer Shannon Liss-Reardon was already...

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Are Muni Fares Ever Going to Stop Going Up?
Adam L Brinklow | July 2, 2015

 

It’s July, so you may have noticed that Muni costs more: $83 for a BART-inclusive Fast Pass, $70 for the regular one, and a $0.25 increase on the discount fare. We knew this was...

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Weekender: An LA Summer
Jenna Scatena | July 2, 2015

 

A weekend at the beach is a no-brainer, but Downtown LA, 15 miles inland, has slowly been transforming into its own destination, complete with rooftop parties and some of LA’s best food. Do it right, and you won’t...

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Cala: Not Just Another Taqueria
Rebecca Marx Flint | July 2, 2015

 

Back in her native Mexico City, Gabriela Cámara is a legend, a prolific restaurateur who changed the face of the city’s dining scene when she opened her first restaurant, Contramar, in 1998. Her...

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The Man Who Should Be King
Joe Eskenazi | July 1, 2015

 

Striding up Market Street during this year’s Pride Parade, members of the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office were outfitted in jet-black...

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One Last Night at Giordano Bros
Adam L Brinklow | July 1, 2015

 

If you didn’t know better, it seemed like any other night at Giordano Bros: Cold cuts sizzled on the grill, and the North Beach sandwich shop was packed from end to end with neighbors watching the US...

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Rally Tonight at Constantly Vandalized Mission Mural
Adam L Brinklow | July 1, 2015

 

All other matters aside, it’s clear that whoever keeps vandalizing the LGBT Chicano mural at 24th and Bryant really, really needs a hobby.

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