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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Bay Links: Cameras, Pop-Ups, & Oysters

Posted By on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 4:44 PM

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Big Bus is Watching: Muni's got new cameras. [City Insider]

What's a "Pop-Up Shop?" Pretty much what it sounds like. [SF Citizen]

Ugh. Local company helped to repeal Maine's same-sex marriage law. [SFAppeal]

SoMa residents don't want a new, tall neighbor. [Curbed]

What to eat at the old-is-new-again Mayes Oyster House. [Grubstreet]

On the Richmond gang-rape: Where was the anti-violence education before the crime?  [Jezebel]

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