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San Francisco Giants president Larry Baer

SAN FRANCISCO — The San Diego Padres filed into the visiting clubhouse at AT&T Park on Friday afternoon, but many in the Giants organization were still buzzing about a Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher who left in a huff the night before. Go San Francisco …. ONe of Americas favorite past …

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U-Shape Cubicle

The Emerald cubicle system is a monolithic cubicle system This was created to offer the perfect blend of privacy and collaboration with standing privacy, sitting privacy, semi-privacy, and teaming cubicles. Includes laminate, worksurfaces, panel walls, and file pedestal. 4 Fabric Options with 2 Laminate quickship options with charcoal trim.

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Huge New Food Hall Headed

Inspired by the massive, multi-vendor food halls of Europe, and along the lines of Mario Batali’s Eataly in New York, Los Angeles restaurateur Tony Riviera is bringing something called The Market Hall to the Mission Creek/Mission Bay vicinity, possibly as soon as Labor Day. As Eater reports, the project is …

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Final design of Golden Gate Bridge

The final design for a suicide barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge was approved Friday by the district Board of Directors, moving the project closer to reality. “This represents another important step to advance the Golden Gate Bridge suicide deterrent project into construction,” said Ewa Bauer, the bridge district’s chief …

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Officer on leave

A Northern California police department put one of its officers on leave Monday and is investigating threatening comments from his Twitter account about demonstrators who have participated in protests over the recent deaths of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri and New York. The San Jose Police Department said Officer …

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Housing Market 2014

  Despite some anecdotal accounts that San Francisco’s real estate market has cooled slightly due to “buyer’s fatigue,” a look at the numbers tells a more straightforward story. Based on data provided by Redfin.com, most signs indicate that for much of San Francisco’s housing market, including the Mission, things are …

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