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From Pop Up to Permanent: How Lazy Bear's Restaurant Came to Be

Located in the Mission District, San Francisco’s Lazy Bear is one of the most successful and unconventional openings of the past 12 months. As an unemployed former lawyer, David Barzelay started Lazy Bear (see the anagram?) with his wife in their apartment mainly to satisfy his desire to cook. 1,272 more words
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My All-Time Favorite Typo

This goes back a long way, but it is a typo I saw with my own eyes in the San Francisco Chronicle (often called the… 155 more words

Business Writing

Theater Around The Bay: Praise For Saturday Write Fever!

Just in case you missed it, Saturday Writer Fever got some awesome praise this past weekend from no less than the San Francisco Chronicle! 65 more words

Theater Around The Bay

Scenes from Golden Gate Park in 1939

Peter Hartlaub has once again unearthed and shared some extraordinary photographs with us. The images were published late last week on SFGate.com. They are black and white pictures of people at play in Golden Gate Park in 1939.  89 more words

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California Drought Taking Serious Toll On Aging Sewer System In San Francisco

June 29, 2015

CBS SF Bay Area

Summary: San Francisco’s oldest sewer pipes have largely held up since their Gold Rush-era installation. But drought and conservation means less water available to flush out the consistent levels of sewage moving through the city.

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2015/06/29/california-drought-taking-serious-toll-on-aging-sewer-system-in-san-francisco/

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The Decline of Pacific Sardines

“We believe the harm has been irreparable and will already have ramifications for decades to come,” Shester said. “We’ve basically reduced the carrying capacity of the ecosystem to support the populations of other species that depend on sardines.

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California Attorney General Goes to Bat for Water-Hog Penalties

June 19, 2015

The San Francisco Chronicle

Summary: California Attorney General and 2016 senate candidate Kamala Harris has sided with state water agencies looking to strike down an appellate court that ruled surcharges on excess household water use in San Juan Capistrano are unconstitutional. 70 more words

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