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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working

George McIntire | August 29, 2013 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Bay Area Bike Share: We Give it a Test-Ride: Intrepid reporting from SF Weekly's Ian Port and Joe Eskenazi. [H/t SFWeekly]

San Francisco's Chinatown Used To Be All Kinds of Cool: Pretty much every neighborhood in San Francisco used to be all kinds of cool. [H/t The Atlantic Cities]

Bay Bridge Closure Confounds Bad Drivers, Delights Stanley Roberts: Stanley Roberts' only flaw is that there is only one of him. [H/t SFist]

In Blind Judgement: Eloquent piece about disability and perception, with a guest appearance by AC Transit. [H/t The Toast]

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