What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 291

Scott Lucas | July 29, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Uber for Pot: What else do you need to know? It's like Uber, but for pot. [Business Times]

1986 Law Limits Office Construction Now: "Fare forward, travellers! not escaping from the past." [SFGate]

Tim Redmond Might Revive New Bernal Journal: It's true, Bernal does not lack for writers and editors. [Bernalwood]

Ferry Plaza Seafood Moves to North Beach: Does the name fit now? Not really, but hey, what do we care? [Eater SF]

10 Bay Area Homes Fit for Tony Stark: Where's Meg Ryan's house? Come on! [Curbed SF]

Here's the Most Potent Absinthe on Earth: This is awesome. [The Bold Italic]

US Rental Vacancies Hit Lowest Level Since 1997: Eye-opening. [WSJ]

Philz Opens in West Berkeley: We're buzzing just thinking about it. [Berkeleyside]

Meet the Guy With a Stockpile of Cardboard Signs: See above for an example from his fascinating collection. [Hoodline]

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