What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 246

Scott Lucas | May 23, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Silicon Valley Boosts "Tech Groupie's" Congressional Campaign: Our senior editor Ellen Cushing takes a deep dive into the Khanna Honda race. [The Nation]

$100 Bills Left Around SF: It's like Tips for Jesus for the sidewalks. [The Bold Italic]

Planning Department Recommends Increase in Chain Store Limit from 11 to 20:“We can see a clear difference between brands like Philz Coffee compared to companies like Subway,” says one member of the Planning Department. [Mission Local]

38 Units of Housing Proposed for Site of Mission Laundromat: Stick a laundry room in the new building and call it a day? [Curbed SF]

Major Revamp Headed for Alamo Park: New bathrooms and improved water systems. [Hoodline]

Heklina Talks Trannyshack Rebranding: "I’ll be damned if I’m going to seem LESS enlightened than Jerry Springer!" [SFist]

Watercolors of Bernal: Beautiful. [Bernalwood]

50 Public Places You Can Hang out in Downtown: Speaking of which, we're headed out of the office early today. We hope you can do the same. [SPUR]

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