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Bubble Lounge closes after 17 years in downtown San Francisco

Bubble Lounge closes after 17 years in downtown San Francisco The Bubble Lounge has closed after 17 years of business in downtown San Francisco. Owner Eric Benn confirms the news to Inside Scoop, adding that they will reopen the once-trendy bar as an entirely new concept later this summer. The new project, he … Read more […]

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Effort seeks to help black youths stay, work in S.F.

02 June 2015

Effort seeks to help black youths stay, work in S.F. When Jamel Williams was a kid, he used to hang out with all the family members who lived near him in San Francisco. But then, like thousands of African Americans before them, Jamel's relatives left the city for financial reasons, moving to Vallejo and … […]

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High hopes for Alzheimer's drug in clinical trials

01 June 2015

High hopes for Alzheimer's drug in clinical trials Researchers at UCSF and Stanford are testing Eli Lilly's solanezumab and crenezumab, from South San Francisco's Genentech. Both drugs failed early-stage trial goals, but the researchers think they may have potential value for early-stage Alzheimer's … Read more on San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)

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Activists Call for Affordable Rents in San Francisco

01 June 2015

Activists Call for Affordable Rents in San Francisco Activists targeted San Francisco city leader Scott Weiner Saturday calling on him to help make rents more affordable. About 50 people rallied at Harvey Milk Plaza. They then marched to the home of supervisor Weiner. Weiner represents the Castro and … Read more on NBC Bay Area

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Black Women in San Francisco Are Nearly 50% of City's Female Arrests, and

01 June 2015

Black Women in San Francisco Are Nearly 50% of City's Female Arrests, and … The difference between Black female and non-black female arrests are four times higher than the rest of California. This rate has gone up sharply in San Francisco: in 1980, the arrest disparity between black women and non-black women was 4.1 percent, … […]

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Christopher Owens Talks Spirituality and Self-Discovery in San Francisco

31 May 2015

Christopher Owens Talks Spirituality and Self-Discovery in San Francisco It's hard to believe Christopher Owens wasn't born in San Francisco. Despite personifying sun-drenched, West Coast cool, the 35-year-old singer-guitarist — whose tour begins Wednesday at the Chapel — arrived here by way of a long, strange trip … Read more on KQED

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Richmond Celebrates Opening Of Ferry Point Loop Bay Trail

31 May 2015

Richmond Celebrates Opening Of Ferry Point Loop Bay Trail POINT RICHMOND (CBS SF) — After a decade and a half, residents and public officials on Sunday will finally get a chance to celebrate the completion of the Ferry Point Loop, a 3.6-mile stretch of the San Francisco Bay Trail situated in Richmond. With … Read […]

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Google will hold Ubiquitous Computing Summit in San Francisco this fall

31 May 2015

Google will hold Ubiquitous Computing Summit in San Francisco this fall This fall Google will hold its Ubiquitous Computing Summit, in which it will encourage developers to create apps and services that run seamlessly across all sizes and shapes of devices. The company announced the event (which will be held in San … Read more […]

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The most interesting Negroni-themed foods en route to San Francisco for

30 May 2015

The most interesting Negroni-themed foods en route to San Francisco for … Now in its third year, Negroni Week — a global celebration of the classic cocktail (sponsored in part by its essential ingredient, Campari, of course) — will take place here in San Francisco from Monday, June 1 to Sunday, June 7. Read more […]

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Stairway to Lincoln Park perfectly in step with neighborhood

30 May 2015

Stairway to Lincoln Park perfectly in step with neighborhood Nancy Smith, center, takes photos during the unveiling ceremony by Friends of Lincoln Park of the new steps leading into Lincoln Park May 28, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif. Friends of Lincoln Park is the organization that made the stairs happen. Smith's … Read more on San […]

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New S.F. police headquarters commands respect, if not love

30 May 2015

New S.F. police headquarters commands respect, if not love A view from the south west corner of the newly completed Public Safety Building along 3rd St. which is home to the San Francisco Police Headquarters, a neighborhood Police Station and a restored neighborhood Fire Station, as seen on Thurs. May, 21 … Read more on […]

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'Aloha' a hokey Hawaiian holiday

29 May 2015

'Aloha' a hokey Hawaiian holiday COURTESY NEAL PRESTON/COLUMBIA PICTURES; Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams star in “Aloha,” the latest hit-and-miss romantic comedy from Cameron Crowe. The charm can't compensate for the shallowness in the romantic comedy “Aloha,” the … Read more on San Francisco Examiner

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SF Democratic Party says no to Mission moratorium in close vote

29 May 2015

SF Democratic Party says no to Mission moratorium in close vote Much acrimonious public testimony filled the four-hour meeting attended by over a hundred community members who support the moratorium. Members of the San Francisco Bay Area Renters Federation and Grow SF, both pro-development groups, were also … Read more on San Francisco Examiner

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San Francisco credit union robbed twice in one week

29 May 2015

San Francisco credit union robbed twice in one week SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — A credit union on San Francisco's Market Street that was robbed on Friday got robbed again on Tuesday, police said. In both robberies, a middle age black man in a black jacket entered the Redwood Credit Union at 1390 Market … Read more […]

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Sublease tsunami: Gymboree, Del Monte and 10 other S.F. offices trying to fill up

28 May 2015

Sublease tsunami: Gymboree, Del Monte and 10 other S.F. offices trying to fill up What do technology companies Salesforce, Microsoft and Square have in common with some of San Francisco's traditional companies like Charles Schwab, Del Monte Foods and Gymboree? They're all looking to find takers for their empty office spaces. Read more on San […]

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Peninsula elected leaders welcome new leadership at PG&E

28 May 2015

Peninsula elected leaders welcome new leadership at PG&E Local elected officials on Wednesday called the impending retirement of PG&E's top dog a welcome change. Christopher Johns has been president of PG&E since August 2009, leading the utility giant through the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion in 2010. Read more on San Francisco Examiner

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