What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 322

Scott Lucas | September 12, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Funeral for 14-Year Old Victim Held: Nothing about this story isn't horribly depressing. [Examiner]

After Protests, Bandidos Changes Name: The restaurant will be now called Hecho, after the original name was called a slur against Mexican-Americans. [SFist]

Here's Some Google Employees Who Lived on Campus: "The only thing they didn't give you was shampoo." [BBC]

New Renderings of Mission and Ninth Microapartments: These look far better than the dorm rooms we lived in. (That's a lie: It's also nicer than our current apartment.) [Curbed SF]

Who Wants to Eat This Pig?: It's got heritage! [East Bay Express]

New iPhone Preorders Begin: Psssssh. We're already over it and on to the next cool thing. [TechCrunch]

You Can Buy a Laundromat on Duboce: On it. [Hoodline]

"Knife-Wielding Maniac" Brings Knife to Giants Game: How long will Joe Eskenazi continue his reign of terror? [SF Weekly]

Deal May Be in Works for Pinterest and Current Tenants to Share Design Center Building: Wouldn't that be nice? That would be nice. [Socket Site]

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