What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 329

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

Larry Ellison Bought an Island in Hawaii. Now What?: "Ninety seven percent of Lanai may be a lot of Lanai, but it’s a tiny part of Ellison’s overall empire." [NYTimes]

Rank and File Firefighters Call for Chief's Ouster: Tensions burst out into the open. [SFGate]

New Warriors Stadium Looks Like a Toilet: Well, only from the outside does it look like a toilet. [Curbed SF]

Soda Industry Pumps in $800,000 to Fight Berkeley's Soda Tax: The contribution may be the largest in the city's history. [Berkeleyside]

It's Bisexual Day Today in Berkeley: We're of two minds about the holiday. [East Bay Express]

160 Units Could Come to 26th and South Van Ness: Wonder if this will prove as controversial as the plans for 16th and Mission? [Mission Local]

Apple Has Sold 10 Million New iPhones: We bought seven. [San Jose Mercury]

Rent Control Proposal Riles Marin: A fascinating long look at the policy debate in the North Bay. [Marin IJ]

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