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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 248

Ellen Cushing | May 28, 2014 | Story

Maya Angelou's San Francisco Connections: RIP. [SF Gate]

San Francisco Survey: Street Art and Graffiti: Very cool. [Huffington Post]

This is What Passes for a Craigslist Rental in San Francisco: Concrete jungle where dreams are made of, y'all. [Valleywag]

The Strike Force that Never Struck: A deep dive into Attorney General Kamala Harris' failure to prosecute foreclosure profiteers. [East Bay Express]

Choregographer Todd Eckert on Whjy he's Leaving the Upper Haight, and SF, for Good: It's because the rent is too cheap, the weather is too sunny, and there just aren't enough Glassholes. Obviously. [Hoodline]

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