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The Bubble Hasn't Popped Yet: Twitter Earnings and Stock Price Soar
Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014

 

Expect a bunch of people buying drinks for the house at Alta CA tonight. That's because ...

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The Omnipressant Chef
Lauren Murrow | July 29, 2014

 

"It sounds like fodder for a novel."
"People think, ‘oh, that’s so sweet—you live in this cute apartment above your little bistro,’” says Jessica Boncutter...

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Who Wants to Fund Batkid: The Movie?
Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014

 

At Comic-Con this weekend, filmmaker Dana Nachman premiered a three-minute trailer for Batkid Begins, a documentary film that follows the adventures of Miles Scott, the...

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Casualties of the Wage War
Ellen Cushing | July 29, 2014

 

Duncan Ley would like to be clear about one thing: He’s in favor of a $15 minimum wage in San Francisco. Almost as soon as we sit down to chat at a Russian Hill coffee shop, he declares that he...

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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working
Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014

 

Uber for Pot:...

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Small Towns in Bay Area Top List of Snobbiest in US
Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014

 

Perhaps unsurprisingly, several small cities in the San Francisco Bay Area top a new list of the snobbiest in the United States. The ranking comes from...

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San Mateo Nimbys Fret About Views. City Says "Tough"
Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014

 

Stop us if you've heard this one before. A city facing a housing crunch—with nowhere to build but up—has to decided on a project that would include...

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Little Old Lady Goes All Tiananmen on EBay Commuter Shuttle
Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014

 

Sometimes the picture says it all. This story is one of those. Above, a picture...

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A Supposedly Fun Bull Run I'll Never Do Again
Adam L. Brinklow | July 28, 2014

 

I am on the track at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, with thousands of witnesses watching. Over two dozen 1,800-pound bovine Goliaths...

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Meet the Giant Slinky That Could Be Coming to Masonic
Scott Lucas | July 28, 2014

 

San Franciscans can't agree about much about our civic space, but we do tend to converge on one thing: We love civic art. From the bow and arrow on the Embarcadero to Coit...

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