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Burlingame restaurant stops selling lion meat: ‘The public at this moment is not ready’: Picasso, Van Gogh. Ed Hardy. Now Lion Skewers. The vulgar public is never ready for true art. History will be your true judge. [H/t: SFGate

Housing for the rootless superrich: You say that like its a bad thing. [H/t: SF Bay Guardian

As Cities Prosper, Poor People Relocate to Suburbs: Just to clarify—When the super-rich move, its bad. When the poor move, it's bad too. Just who is allowed to load up the U-Haul, exactly? [H/t: Beyond Chron

SFPD officer stands idly by while kindergartner hijacks his motorbike: Get Greg Suhr on the phone. We demand a full investigation. [H/t: Mission Mission and Doc Pop

Tadich Grill Expanding to D.C.: The original cold day restaurant heads east. [H/t: SF Eater

Guardians of the Cove: Inside Smuggler’s Cove’s Rumbustion Society: There's a pirate crew we'd join without a hesitation. [H/t: Hayeswire

Burrito!: The Musical: A sample: "As Carlos prepares the burrito, he suddenly realizes: "Gaspar! Is that you?" The man smiles and nods, removing the Google Glass and startup sweatshirt he was wearing as a disguise. 'Yes, it is I!,' Gaspar says. Song: 'A Molotov Is the Spiciest Salsa Of All'"  [H/t: 40 Going on 28

Rebecca Pederson Shifts from Being a Writer to a Tech Worker: "It dawned on me that “San Francisco writer” was not as romantic a job as I thought it’d be." Oh honey, tell us about it. We always wanted to be the next Dave Eggers, and now we're making jokes about lion skewers for a living. [H/t: The Bold Italic


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