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Top Five Friday
The week's best stories from our writers and beyond
San Francisco Magazine | February 9, 2012
In case you missed out, here's a round-up of our top online stories, plus a few others we think you'll find interesting.
Dennis Herrera, gay marriage hero: Prop 8 is back, this time declared unconstitutional, and it may be going to the supreme court. This recent development for civil rights is in large part thanks to people like Dennis Herrera at the City Attorney's Office.
Drinking just got a lot more. . . mobile? The Bold Italic took a ride on brewtruc, San Francisco's first mobile taproom.
No, dating sites aren't for losers: For your dating delight, HowAboutWe's blogger gives tips to our managing editor on things like what consititutes a "gross" profile picture and whether to call or text.
Total Linsanity: Former Golden State Warrior and Palo Alto High School star Jeremy Lin has been playing out of his mind with the New York Knicks. Lin, the first American-born NBA player of Chinese or Taiwanese descent, has put up All-Star caliber numbers in his first three starts.
The FBI's file on Steve Jobs: It was released this week because of a Freedom of Information Act request. We're not sure how useful this document will be, but for all you obsessed Jobsians out there, here's some bed-time reading.