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4 hrs ago | SFGate

Tips for living in SF now

From considering a different neighborhood to alternative models of living, here are some tactics to deal with the city's housing shortage A 500-square-foot studio for three Erin Feher Montoya, her husband, Danny Montoya, and 1-year-old daughter, Orion, in the kitchen of their Tenderloin apartment. Click through for their space-saving ideas and three other case studies in San Francisco living.

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8 hrs ago | Mission Mission

Cool fantasy map of SF in which BART crosses the Bay Bridge

Artist Jenni Sparks is from England, so maybe she just didn't know any better - or maybe she's a VISIONARY.

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10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Discovering more about California's missions

Attention, California fourth-graders. If you want to make a model of a handsome, historic California building that was built for a simple purpose and produced entirely positive results, consider a lighthouse.

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14 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Key moments at the missions

Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sails into San Diego Bay and up the coast and claims the region for his king. Spanish Catholic missionaries from the Jesuit order begin colonizing Baja California.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Examiner.com

SFMOMA and OMCA Brings Art of California's Art Communities

For their next traveling exhibition, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art , makes its way to the Oakland Museum of California , where the two museums team up for the exhibition Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California . This is a feature of works that illuminates local histories and special forces, which has changed the face of art both in and beyond the state of California.

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SFGate

Lost Art Salon co-owner Rob Delamater's colorful flat

Rob Delamater, collector, artist and co-owner of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco, sits in the living room of his San Francisco apartment where the walls and halls are decorated with works by rediscovered artists. Photo: John Lee, Special To The Chronicle Artistic touches fill every corner of his home in the Mission Dolores neighborhood.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Uptown Almanac

Leaving Your Mark On The Mission

In today's edition of how not to endear yourself to your neighbors, we received the following grievances and photo from a Capp Street tipster: These yuppies put basically an entire house full of trash out on the street [Wednesday] evening. Neighbors were complaining but their reply was that they were waiting for sunset scavengers to pick it up, which more or less got people off their back.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Examiner.com

Where are the single-family houses in San Francisco?

It's no secret that a huge part of the city's housing stock is rental properties - and many of those are under rent control. But there's got to be single-family homes for sale, so where are they? The San Francisco Chronicle looked into this very issue today.

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SFGate

Parting Shots

Julieta Martinez, La Taqueria manger, takes orders on the phone while working at the cash register at La Taqueria on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif. Photo: Lea Suzuki, Staff / The Chronicle Popular eatery at 25th and Mission streets prevails in ESPN website's competition for nation's best burrito for its dorado-style delicacy.

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Mission Mission

3rd annual Guac-off

What's better than an afternoon of enjoying guacamole? Nothing. There is none a better social option between the hours of 2pm and 5pm on this particular Saturday in September.

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The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

Joyce M. Michelson

She was born in Akeley, Pa., on June 9, 1931, to Leonard A. Michelson and Marie Wetmore King.

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All About Jazz

John Handy at Yoshi's San Francisco

John Handy Yoshi's San Francisco San Francisco, California August 31, 2014 If one thinks of iconic Bay Area musicians, saxophonist immediately comes to mind. Born in 1933 in Dallas, Texas, Handy is an accomplished horn player who, while best known for his work on alto, also plays tenor and baritone sax, oboe, clarinet and saxello.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

San Francisco Chronicle

In solemn tributes, S.F. firefighters recall 9/11

Firefighters read the names of firefighters who died in the 9/11 terrorist attack during a ceremony at Fire Station 7 in San Francisco, Calif. on Thursday, Sept.

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San Francisco Magazine

Four Hot New Restaurants to Try Right Now

Chino Team Tacolicious has ventured beyond tuna tostadas to take on Chinese food, and the result is a fun, poppy restaurant that appears to have been codesigned by Andy Warhol and a 13-year-old girl. While the menu offers tradition in the form of Shanghai soup dumplings, it abounds with cross-cultural mashups like the yuba salad, its cool, slippery ribbons of tofu skin bathed in cilantro-ginger salsa verde.

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KRON 4

Funeral Service Held for Teen Killed in Mission District Stabbing

A funeral service was held this morning in remembrance of 14-year-old Rashawn Williams, who was fatally stabbed in San Francisco's Mission District last week. The funeral was held at San Francisco's Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption at 1111 Gough St. at 9 a.m., according to family members.

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Mission Mission

Mystery bench on 26th and Mission

It's a bench on 26th and mission for absolutely no reason. It just faces a pole with its back to the intersection and there is no bus stop there .

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SFGate

Lol Cevicheria in S.F.: House-made dishes boast artistry of Peru

The Michelada with the Aguachile at Lolo Cevicheria in San Francisco, Calif. is seen on Saturday, September 6th, 2014.

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Common Dreams

San Francisco, Berkeley Stand Up for Public Health

Food & Water Watch and public health advocates applaud the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and the Berkeley City Council for passing on Tuesday resolutions calling on Congress to protect public health by passing national legislation to stop the unnecessary use of antibiotics on factory farms. San Francisco is the first major city and the first county in California to pass such a resolution.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Mission Mission

ARTCRANK 2014 is this Friday

ARTCRANK is putting on yet another annual show of handmade, bike-themed posters designed by Bay Area artists, and the opening is this Friday, September 12, 5-10pm, at SOMArts . The signed, limited edition prints are available that night for one night only , and proceeds will benefit the San Francisco Bike Coalition .

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SFGate

Fatal stabbing in San Francisco's Mission District

A 20-year-old man was stabbed to death late Tuesday night at 24th and Capp Street, San Francisco, CA Photo: Google Maps A 20-year-old man was stabbed to death late Tuesday night at 24th and Capp Street, San Francisco, CA Photo: Google Maps 09:14 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- A 20-year-old man was stabbed to death late Tuesday night in San Francisco's Mission District, police said. The victim, whom police did not name, was attacked by two men in their 20s just before midnight at 24th and Capp streets, officials said.

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