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New Restaurants on Reserve SF

Whether you’re in the mood for Thai street food in the Mission or French in Nob Hill, you can find it on Reserve. We can help you find the perfect spot so you and your party can get in and get out without having to worry about the bill. 174 more words

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Former welfare center director sentenced for exploitation of a vulnerable person

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – A former community health and welfare center director is going to prison for felony exploitation of a vulnerable person.

Attorney General Jim Hood said 49-year-old Daisy Shannon was sentenced Monday before Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Winston Kidd. 133 more words

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Jackson man arrested for felony exploitation of vulnerable person

JACKSON, Miss. – A Jackson resident has been arrested after being indicted for felony exploitation of a vulnerable person.

Attorney General Jim Hood said 32-year-old Matthew Hubbard turned himself in on Monday. 61 more words

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Historic SF Music Venue Cafe Du Nord To Re-Open This Week As Cocktail Bar And Jazz Club

Cafe du Nord, a historic former speakeasy boasting over 100 years in existence, broke hearts last year when its owners announced the club would be closing. 323 more words

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Historic SF Music Venue Cafe Du Nord To Re-Open This Week As Cocktail Bar And Jazz Club

Cafe du Nord, a historic former speakeasy boasting over 100 years in existence, broke hearts last year when its owners announced the club would be closing. 323 more words

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SF Supervisors Support Legislation Aimed At Protecting Local Music Venues From Noise Complaints, Lawsuits

In a major win for music and nightlife venues in San Francisco, city supervisors have decided to support new legislation meant to protect businesses from lawsuits stemming from noise complaints. 196 more words

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SF Supervisors Support Legislation Aimed At Protecting Local Music Venues From Noise Complaints, Lawsuits

In a major win for music and nightlife venues in San Francisco, city supervisors have decided to support new legislation meant to protect businesses from lawsuits stemming from noise complaints. 196 more words

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