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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 346

Scott Lucas | October 16, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Giants One Step Away From World Series: Even-numbered years are to the Giants as are even numbered-movies to Star Trek. [Examiner]

Whisper May Be Sharing Info With Feds: That's why we only send messages by carrier pigeon. [Techcrunch]

Prop. F Tries to Build on the Waterfront: Despite widespread elite support, it still might not pass muster with the voters. [SFGate]

San Francisco's Week of Shootings: Five incidents, no suspects. [SFist]

More Californians Die From Smoking Than AIDS: Or diabetes. [SF Weekly]

Ted Gullicksen's Legacy: "Ted always framed rent and eviction protections as core social justice issues." [Beyond Chron]

A Rare Look Inside Susan of San Francisco: "When I called to request an interview, she spent approximately 30 minutes explaining why she dislikes blogs and social media [...] and the general shortcomings of the #selfie society. Then, she invited me to her home for lunch." [Racked SF]

Bloomberg Gives Big Money in Favor of Berkeley Soda Tax: Spending is also coming in from public health groups. [Berkeleyside]

Poll Says Kaplan Leads Oak Mayor Race: Thanks in part to the Brown endorsement, Schaaf moves to number two. [Oakland Tribune]

Dragula Returns to Eagle Tavern: "Drag, filth, leather and glamour." In other words, all our favorite things. [Bay Area Reporter]

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