What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 366

Scott Lucas | November 13, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

What Chefs Eat at the End of the Night: Suprise twist—it's food! [The Bold Italic]

Former Tenants Sue After SRO Rented to New People: After a fire, the apartments were turned into a space for tech workers. [Examiner]

Google Is Now the Biggest Corporate Lobbyist in America: It's not clear exactly how that's defined, but any way you cut it, whoa. [PandoDaily]

Mild Intrigue Surrounds Mayoral Appointment: Mild seems like too strong a word choice here. [SFist]

SoMa Costco Sits on Site of Former Brewery: That's cool. [Curbed SF]

Time for Environmentalists to Let Go of John Muir: Why the legacy of the famed naturalist is holding back the green movement. [LA Times]

Chicago Residents File Suit to Block Lucas Museum: The bearded one just cannot catch a break. [Chicago Tribune]

Keith Haring Was Master of 20th Century Hieroglyphics: That's a good way to put it, isn't it? [Bay Area Reporter]

Why Can't Older Californians Act Like Grownups?: We're not even sure who's being scolded here, exactly. [Zocalo Public Sphere]

Lucy Lives Again: "Quaint and tame at best and a waste of time at worst." [Theater Dogs]

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