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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 125

Scott Lucas | November 27, 2013 | Story

City College Trustee Resigns in Protest: A bombshell development in the ongoing crisis at City College. [H/t: SF Bay Guardian]

Middle Class Housing Hasn't Been Priority, Says Mayor's Housing Advisor: Smart money says that Mayor pivots hard on housing for his re-election campaign. [H/t: SF Examiner]

Does SF Need an Amusement Park?: But honestly, we want a new amusement park to replace Playland at the Beach as the centerpiece of a mayoral election. [H/t: Beyond Chron]

Anti-Eviction Group Aims for the Ballot: Okay fine. Let's have an election on boring stuff like people keeping their homes. Instead of roller coasters. [H/t: Mission Mission]

Why I Gave My Kidney to a Stranger: A fascinating account of applied ethics. Well worth reading. [H/t: The Bold Italic]

SF Loves Its Small Franchises: It occurs to us that SF is sort of like the South Korea of chain stores. Heavy protection until they are ready to go big, then world domination. [H/t: SF Weekly]

Napa Contemporary at Torc: Look, Torc isn't the name of restaurant. It's the name of the leader of a futuristic biker gang. [H/t: SF Eater]

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