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Monday, October 12, 2009

Bay Links: Single Ladies, Open Studios & Your Genes

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How much would you pay for this? - VIA ON THE BLOCK
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Some of the most uninspiring "house porn" ever produced. [On the Block]

San Franciscans are terrified of single women, love Clist Missed Connections. [SFAppeal]

Is public transit accessible affordable housing in jeopardy? [Streetsblog]

Faces of last weekend's open studios. [EPA and Around the Bay]

An interview with the guy who filmed the now infamous Muni throw-down. [SFist]

Download these tracks and get pumped for the Treasue Island Music Festival. [Bay Bridged]

Kaiser Permanente: All your genes are belong to us. [SF Citizen]

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