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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 379

Scott Lucas | December 5, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Tai Lam Was Killed Because He Was Homeless: A bracing op-ed from the executive director of the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness. [SFGate]

42 Nonprofits Apply for Funds to Stay in SF: Many more are feeling the heat from the red-hot economy. [Examiner]

Ed Lee's Approval Rating Slides to 47 Percent: In December 2011, he polled at 61 percent. [KPIX]

Baker Makes Mini Gingerbread Model to Apply for Job: Hasn't been offered one—yet. [Eater SF]

Occupy Oakland Plans "Revolt" Tonight: No Art Walk tonight, but protests will continue. [SF Weekly]

Hamburger Mary's, Philz, and Soul Cycle Approved for Castro: The Planning Commission signs off on the new businesses. [Hoodline]

How TED Really Works: A little hairdressing and a lot of Emile Durkheim. [Medium]

Twitter Tries to Make Peace With Media Companies: We're all a vertically-integrated digital media company now. [Recode]

Patrons Mourn Mission's Lexington Bar: Sadness, loss, and inevitability. [Mission Local]

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