What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 285

Scott Lucas | July 21, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Mid-Market Architecture Earns Middling Grade: John King calls some of the new buildings "trying too hard to be hip and neighborly at once." [SFGate]

General Hospital's Mystery Man Identified: And reunited with his family. [Examiner]

Nadia Lockyer Lashes out at Kamala Harris on Facebook: Days after reportedly breaking her back in a fall, the troubled former Alameda County Supervisor lambasts the AG. [Sac Bee]

Planning Commission Recommends Loosening Chain Store Law: Asks the Board to raise the limit from 11 to 19. [SF Business Times]

Precita Valley Mockingbird Sings All Night Long: Watch the riveting video here. [Bernalwood]

Marinites Have Long Commutes: Twenty-three percent take over an hour to get to work. [Marin IJ]

Gay Men's Group Welcomes New Director: "The goal of the Community Initiative is to bring people together and get them off their damn cellphones and laptops." [Bay Area Reporter]

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