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  1. The Mayor of Tent CityRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | San Francisco Magazine

    Jeff Kositsky turned 50 in December, and, like many married fathers of two crossing into proper middle age, he found himself pining for "something big to happen." So first he got an ankle tattoo .

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  2. Best of SF: A Dive Bar for Every MoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | San Francisco Magazine

    When you're feeling daring: Trad'r Sam "Go big or go home" doesn't apply at this 1930s-era tiki bar, where sucking down more than one of the fruity, ambiguously boozy specialty cocktails will most certainly result in going home . But until you've survived the joint's famous scorpion bowl, don't call yourself a San Franciscan.

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  3. The Best Places to Play in SF in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | San Francisco Magazine

    Rooftop Bar: El Techo de Lolinda 2518 Mission St. , 415-550-6970 San Francisco rooftops are usually about as inviting at night as windy, old Candlestick Park, which may explain why a town with so many amazing vistas has so few rooftop bars. But thanks to tall, curved plexiglass screens and ample heat lamps, it's downright balmy at El Techo.

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  4. George Lucas Museum Makes Grexit from ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | San Francisco Magazine

    Perhaps taking the message on all those Brexit "Leave" T-shirts to heart, today George Lucas announced that he's giving up on plans to construct the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago, two years after losing a bid to build it as a Beaux Artsstyle behemoth in the Presidio. The plan to bring his collection of Norman Rockwell Americana art and movie trinkets to the banks of Lake Michigan virtually stalled out after an ongoing federal lawsuit blocked construction.

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  5. Mother Jones Reporter Shane Bauer on His Blockbuster Prison ExposA©Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | San Francisco Magazine

    After his report on life inside a private prison, the Oakland-based writer still struggles with who he became inside. A private prison is like a black box: It's hard to know what goes on there unless you're inside.

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  6. Progressive Supervisors Exact Small but Painful Revenge on the ChronicleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | San Francisco Magazine

    The paper of record flubbed a deadline to get easy ad money from the city, and six supervisors made them pay. When you pick up a San Francisco newspaper, you often know what you're going to get.

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  7. Tech Workers Evict Kindergarten Teacher from Mission Apartment for 'Using Appliances'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | San Francisco Magazine

    Michelle Malliett's two-bedroom in-law unit is on the lower level of the main house , with its own entrance in the rear. Since 2007, she has paid $1,700 a month to live there with her daughter.

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  8. Ancient Stone Carving of Pork Belly Gets Carnivorous WelcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | San Francisco Magazine

    S.F. chefs kick off a month of meaty dishes in honor of a visit from Taipei's famed Meat-Shaped Stone. You know that pork is revered in a culture when it starts appearing in art museums.

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  9. San Francisco's Trump Voters Live Exactly Where You'd ExpectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | San Francisco Magazine

    San Francisco's Trump voters are not a numerous lot. As the Examiner points out , just 9,204 San Francisco Republicans are praying to Cheeto Jesus.

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  10. Clarion Alley's Long-Vanished Street Art Lives On in New Web ArchiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | San Francisco Magazine

    Still from a video taken in the early '90s, before artists Aaron Noble and Rigo 93 began the mural project. The best thing about street art is also the worst thing about street art: its ephemerality.

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  11. Retooled Polaroid Camera Is an Instant ClassicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 15 | San Francisco Magazine

    It's familiar yet oddly exotic, old-school but instantly gratifying. It's the I-1: a Polaroid camera reinvented for the modern age - a counterpoint in every conceivable way to your iPhone.

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  12. This Musician Couple Headlined Their Own Rock Opera WeddingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 15 | San Francisco Magazine

    Two local musicians staged their wedding at a Mission concert venue - complete with original songs, psychedelic video effects, props, and costume changes. The couple's friend Michael Sui, a visual designer, officiated the wedding.

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  13. The Paradox of Orlando: LGBT Americans Have Never Had More and Never Had More to LoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 14 | San Francisco Magazine

    John Gaul came to San Francisco in the late 1940s for the same reason so many people continue to come here to this day: To be who he is. Gaul, now 90, was a gay man fresh off a stint in the U.S. Army occupying postwar Japan.

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  14. For Negroni Week, Going to Happy Hour Counts As Community ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 9 | San Francisco Magazine

    Since 2013, early June has assumed special significance for cocktailians: It signals the advent of Negroni Week , an event built around the ostensibly unrelated pursuits of drinking and charitable giving. This year, it takes place June 612 at bars, restaurants, and shops that will donate a portion of their Negroni sales to charities of their choosing.

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  15. Can Jane Kim Turn Her Primary-Night Shocker Into a November Election Victory?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 8 | San Francisco Magazine

    In yesterday's Democratic primary , Supervisor Jane Kim came from behind to threaten fellow supe Scott Wiener's once-large lead in the state senate race. Her narrower-than-expected loss didn't turn the race upside-down - Wiener still came in first, by about two points.

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  16. Affinities: Pioneers in ResidenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 7 | San Francisco Magazine

    Decades after leaving often unsupportive families to settle in S.F., LGBTQ seniors vie for spots in affordable senior housing. "In the '60s, many LGBT people said sayonara to their biological families who didn't accept them and flocked to San Francisco to make a home," says Joel Evans, the director of development for Openhouse, a nonprofit that provides services to LGBTQ seniors.

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  17. Today's Primary Is a Big Deal for San Francisco. Here's Why.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 7 | San Francisco Magazine

    Yeah, the AP went and called the race for Hillary Clinton last night, and yeah, the primary race might even be over before we all leave work today . But there's still lots to decide today, from affordable housing policy to the potentially game-changing question of whether all nine Bay Area counties will adopt a region-wide measure to address sea-level rise.

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  18. Where Did All This Effing Election Mail Come From, and Who's Behind It?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | San Francisco Magazine

    San Franciscans have gotten used to an inordinate volume of political mailers being sent to their homes, which, when piled up, effectively barricade them indoors. But even the most paper-cut-scarred among us may have been jarred by the amount of recycling bin fodder that has arrived to sway our votes for the Democratic County Central Committee, commonly referred to as the D-Triple-C.

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  19. 'Everyone Has the Potential to Learn the Type of Science That We Are Teaching'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | San Francisco Magazine

    This is "Think Tank," an occasional series of conversations with Bay Area power players, conducted by San Francisco editors. Interviews have been condensed and edited for clarity.

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  20. 17 Ways to SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 3 | San Francisco Magazine

    Trek the vineyards in Healdsburg You can do more than taste the terroir at Healdsburg's Jordan Vineyard & Winery - you can walk it. New three-mile guided hikes let guests explore the vineyard's terrain of cabernet and malbec vines, majestic live oaks, and olive orchards.

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