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  • Where to Day Drink in San Francisco - Food & Wine

    Food & Wine -  Between its laid-back vibe, generally-agreeable climate and top-tier beer and wine, San Francisco is a city made for day drinking. But not every watering hole is suited to the task; why spend a sunny day sipping beer in a dark cavern of a bar? We asked ...
  • Watch: How La Taqueria Became a San Francisco Classic - Eater

    Eater -  This week, Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson continues his exploration of San Francisco with the Mission-style burrito. It's not what you might think, though: What La Taqueria does is, rather, a classic riff on an the Mission-style burrito. Owner ...
  • San Francisco fares and prices: 10 years ago versus today - SFGate

    SFGate -  A lot has changed over the last 10 years in San Francisco: we use Clipper cards to get around, artisan coffee houses are everywhere, and now, people can bide their time waiting for Muni while scrolling through social media feeds on their iPhones.
  • San Francisco 49ers: Full 2017 NFL Draft Primer and Preview - Niner Noise

    Niner Noise -  San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch enters his first NFL Draft this season, and he's under a lot of pressure to bring a good deal of talent to a team lacking it across the board. The Niners own the No. 2 overall pick in the draft, which ...
  • Ready for May Day in San Francisco - Socialist Worker Online

    Socialist Worker Online -  On April 19, socialists gathered in San Francisco for a panel discussion focusing on the radical history of May Day--and arguing why socialists, trade unionists and immigrant workers and their supporters should participate in this working-class tradition.
  • San Francisco's City Attorney applauds ruling blocking Trump on sanctuary cities - Reuters

    Reuters -  San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera praised the ruling by U.S. District Judge in San Francisco that blocked President Trump's executive order that sought to withold federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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