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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 365

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

SF to Paint Streets With Historical Creeks: Seems kind of distracting, frankly. We'll see! [City Lab]

Investigators Examine Whether Gorilla Zookeepers Followed Rules: Details continue to emerge. [SFGate]

Potrero Hill Residents Fault Police in Shooting: "Members of the community felt police did not have enough proof that Seymour actually had a gun when he was shot." [Examiner]

Turkey-Laden Big Rig Overturns: Turning the freeway into a Butterball free-for-all. [SFist]

Go Easy on Evil Elmo: Though he's currently in jail, there really aren't any good options here. [The Bold Italic]

Belvedere Approves License Plate Scanning Cameras: Big Brother comes to the small town? [Marin IJ]

Progressives Dominated Elections in East Bay: With the exception of the GOP-won Assembly race, left-leaning candidates did well across the Bay. [East Bay Express]

Condo Prices Hit New High: Up 16 percent in the last year. [SF Business Times]

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