What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 350

Scott Lucas | October 22, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Oakland Booms: Kim-Mai Cutler gives the owl and vomiting anarchist treatment to the East Bay's largest city. [TechCrunch]

The Election Round-up Issue: A great bit dive into the issues. [SF Weekly]

Supes Approve Airbnb Leg After Spirited Debate: The second read passes by the same margin as the first. [Examiner]

The Death of the Bay Guardian Was Bad. So Were Its Final Years: "The Guardian was not outside the system. It became part of the system. And this gave it cachet, and great power. Until it didn't." [SF Weekly]

Bryan Stow Gives First Interview: A long, unfinished road to recovery for the assaulted Giants fan. [ESPN via SFist]

Tire Guy Talks Restaurants: Aren't food reviewers supposed to be anonymous? We're pretty sure nobody knows what Michael Bauer looks like. [Eater SF]

Names of Bay Area Condos Sound Like Names of Spas: "From a purely structural standpoint, Christina Aguilera is an ideal condo name. Lady Gaga isn't bad, either. Lorde, not so much." Man, what? [Curbed SF]

East Bay Express' Robert Gammon Really Does Not Like Carla Marinucci: Does he maybe have a point? [East Bay Express]

Cuco's Space Might Become Coffee Shop: There's no way the burritos are going to be as good. [Hoodline]

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