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Suppenküche Celebrates 20 Years: We once had a roasted pork knuckle the size of our head there. That alone is worth celebrating. [H/t: Hayeswire

End may near for Calif. evangelical radio network: Finances are dwindling at Harold Camping's Family Radio in Oakland, which you may remember predicted the end of the world back in 2011. Camping's prediction was famously wrong, as everyone knows the world will be ending in three weeks. [H/t: SFGate]  

The Beanstalk: Is Lincecum Done?: SFist editor Brock Keeling is done with Timmy, that's for sure. [H/t: SFist

Giant Lions To Guard The Asian Art Museum Starting Monday: Sounds great, but let's not run into any situations like the one at New York's Met. [H/t: SF Appeal

Bottle Rock: Napa Festival's Attempt To Combine Food, Wine, and Music Falls Short: Might we suggest that $13-17 for a five ounce pour of wine might have had something to do with it? [H/t: SF Weekly]  

Is SF Friendlier Than The Midwest?: We might seem to be, but it's only because we're online hitting up our friends for money. [H/t: The Bold Italic

Planning Commission rejects Starbucks on upper Market Street: Oh great. Now where are we going to get coffee? [H/t: The Bay Area Reporter

Larry Ellison’s Huge AC72 Yachts Called “Death Traps” by Crew Member: 3 out of 5 stars on Yelp. [H/t: SF Citizen

Russian oil helps fuel Team Artemis in America’s Cup: Let him whose deadly hobby is not funded by Russian oil money cast the first stone. [H/t: SFGate]


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