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Culture, The Exhibitionist S.F. Street Fashion: Spring Florals

S.F. Street Fashion: Spring Florals

On Thursday I passed a guy on the sidewalk combing his beard, the San Francisco equivalent of the groundhog emerging from its burrow -- spring is here. And with spring comes the inevitable appearance of floral print on what seems…
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News, The Snitch Border Control Cracks Down on Immigration of Red Roses

Border Control Cracks Down on Immigration of Red Roses

Red roses will be getting the pat-down by border control this Valentine's Day to ensure those flowers you give your honey come Tuesday are free of nasty bugs.The U.S. Customs and Border Control will continue stopping every red rose over…
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News, The Snitch Polk Street Mural Depicts Neighborhood as Seedy, Enrages Neighbors

Polk Street Mural Depicts Neighborhood as Seedy, Enrages Neighbors

Art is subjective unless you are a Polk Street dweller. Then it's considered objective. In effort to make the area, well, a little less crappy, neighbors have been working for years to revitalize Polk Street, with nicer trees, flowers, and…
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News, The Snitch Police Blotter: Stop and Assault the Flowers

Police Blotter: Stop and Assault the Flowers

From one of our favorite police station newsletters, the Taraval edition, comes the following story of an environmental terrorist. A man was confronted on Thursday, June 18 at 6:23 p.m. "Destroying plants in front of a residence." This scourge of…
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