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  1. Residents debate regulations on short-term rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | SFBay

    Dozens of San Francisco residents expressed their clashing views Monday afternoon on whether the city should limit the number of nights that short-term residential units can be rented out and the impact that online hosting platforms, such as Airbnb, are having on the city's housing stock. Proposals being considered during a hearing held by the San Francisco Board of Supervisor's Land Use and Transportation Committee Monday afternoon include placing a cap on the number of nights that constitute short-term rentals and the possibility of requiring sites, such as Airbnb, VRBO, Flipkey and others, to share data about their listings with the city.


  2. a Mad Mena sa McCann: a Peanutsa producer recalls how Cokea s backing altered animationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The Washington Post

    "Mad Men's" Don Draper wasn't the first McCann Erickson exec to get a smart idea for Coca-Cola. AND JUST LIKE that, with TV product placement that was not only prime but also reportedly free, the series finale of AMC's "Mad Men" Sunday night returned the work of century-old ad agency McCann Erickson to pop culture's center spotlight.


  3. Kenyan man takes home top prize at Bay to BreakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Inside Bay Area

    A runner from Kenya won first place in Sunday morning's 104th Bay to Breaker's race, event organizers said. Isaac Mukundi Mwangi won the Men's Elite division in 35 minutes, 25 seconds, a little less than two minutes slower than the record time.


  4. Sara Mayeux on the Dark Side of Police ReformRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    The Streets of San Francisco: Policing and the Creation of a Cosmopolitan Liberal Politics, 1950-1972, by Christopher Lowen Agee, University of Chicago Press, 256 pages, $45 To patronize a gay bar in 1950s San Francisco, first you had to find it. As one gay rights activist remembers, "There were no signs...You would walk by a Gay bar 50 times and not know it was a Gay bar."


  5. Softball Wraps Up Season with Win Over Mt. EdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | M-A Bear News

    ... biggest crowd yet decked with posters for the seven graduating seniors. Energized by a 20-10 win against South San Francisco on Tuesday, the Bears started off strong. In the first inning senior Erin Goode hit the ball into right field to bring in ...


  6. Purdy: The most powerful man in Bay Area sportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Contra Costa Times

    In the beginning -- which is to say, back in 1992 -- Larry Baer was part of a Giants baseball ownership group that he acknowledges had "no business plan." Know why that's so hilarious? Here we are, 23 years later.


  7. A look at the Bay Area's history of tornadoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | SFGate

    ... and Bernardo in Sunnyvale had the stain glass windows blown...out and trees uprooted. From the 2005 South San Francisco tornado: Amateur video of tornado that came through a neighborhood in South San Francisco. This image taken by a video camera ...


  8. The Task of Running for Mayor of San FranciscoRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Dissident Voice

    The only Latino candidate is also the only opponent to Mayor Ed Lee for the November's mayoral race. So far, no other candidate has shown interest to be in Lee's shoes.


  9. Genentech vets, backed with $217M, take aim at tough brain diseasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Business Journal

    A trio of former Genentech Inc. veterans will seek answers for treatment to some of the toughest brain diseases, including Alzheimer's and Lou Gehrig's diseases, in a new company initially funded with $217 million. The leaders of Denali Therapeutics Inc. of South San Francisco are saying little about their scientific approach to new drugs for people with those neurodegenerative diseases, which have been tough to treat.


  10. Bill Does Berkeley: De Blasio on the RoadRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Berkeley Daily Planet

    The De Blasio Express blew into Berkeley yesterday, and if I were inclined to mix metaphors I might opine that the newly-minted Mayor of New York is gunning for bigger game. If you believe the New York Times, some of his constituents think so too.


  11. Nilda Rego, Days Gone By: Wells Fargo blows upRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Inside Bay Area

    On April 16, 1866, San Franciscans found out just how terrible and tragic the new blasting oil discovered by Swedish scientist Alfred Nobel could be. "At 131 2 minutes past 1 p.m. our city was startled by a shock like that of the explosion of some vast mine during a siege, and for many blocks in every direction from the northeast corner of California and Montgomery streets, the air was filled with dust, lime and flying rubbish, and glass came rattling down from every window, " reported the Daily Alta the next day.


  12. Roseville man ID'd as alleged wrong-way driver in crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    ... s. The two men in the Lexus were identified as Nicholas Sharma, 24, of Hayward; and Zahid Arshad, 25, of South San Francisco, officials said. They were killed on impact.


  13. Bizarre YouTube video alleges that Uber was a stolen ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Mashable

    The idea for Uber is so obvious, so elegant, that it's a wonder someone else didn't come up with it first. Kevin Halpern, a California businessman, filed a lawsuit on Thursday alleging that Uber CEO Travis Kalanick and several early investors stole the idea for the billion-dollar company from his startup, Celluride Wireless, which he claims to have founded in 2002 with the goal of building a similar on-demand car hailing service.


  14. One Magical Politician Won't Stop Climate Change. It's Up to All of UsRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Common Dreams

    Lots of people eagerly study all the polls and reports on how many people believe that climate change is real and urgent. They seem to think there is some critical mass that, through the weight of belief alone, will get us where we want to go.


  15. South San Francisco to have Discussion About Future DevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 |

    "GOOD MORNING SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO" You're invited to hear about the "Current and Future Development of South San Francisco." Speaker for this event is SSF Economic & Community Development Director, Alex Greenwood.


  16. The fight between Airbnb and San Francisco just got nastierRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | SFGate

    Airbnb housing could be cutting into San Francisco's rental market, taking as much as 40 percent of potential rentals off the market in some neighborhoods, according to a new report released yesterday by the city. The report calculated that approximately 2,000 entire housing units, or 23 percent of current available vacant units, have been removed from the housing market because of Airbnb rentals.


  17. A mountain man's flawed attempt at peace with California...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | SFGate

    San Franciscans in the crazy Gold Rush year of 1850 were used to unusual sights, but even they gaped at the party that marched down Montgomery Street in the middle of October. At the head of the group was a mountain man and Indian trader named James Savage .


  18. Big Bucks @ ACT, the Zoo & Academy of SciencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | SFGate

    SF Zoo trustee Elizabeth Orsi Revetria and her husband, SF Giants VP Stephen Revetria with Zoo Director Tanya Peterson and Giants Mascot Lou Seal, served as co-chairs ZooFest 2015. SF Zoo trustee Elizabeth Orsi Revetria and her husband, SF Giants VP Stephen Revetria with Zoo Director Tanya Peterson and Giants Mascot Lou Seal, served as co-chairs ZooFest 2015.


  19. Memorial Day Pancakes in South San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 |

    The firefighters of South San Francisco will be hosting a pancake breakfast on May 25 at 7:30 a.m. Join us for a Memorial Day Observance at the Eternal Flame -- but before you get there, don't forget to fill your belly at the South San Francisco Firefighters Pancake Breakfast! 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. @ Fire Station 61, 480 North Canal Street More info


  20. Struggling Art Institute grads eligible for refundsRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | SFBay

    Students who graduated from the Art Institute of California between 2009 and 2012 and struggled to find a job in the field they studied could be eligible for compensation, according to San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera. Herrera today launched an outreach program to identify former Art Institute students eligible for compensation under the terms of a settlement reached with the for-profit university last June.


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