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Police Brutality Protests Planned in San Francisco, Oakland Amid New Year's

Police Brutality Protests Planned in San Francisco, Oakland Amid New Year's
Protests against police brutality are planned in San Francisco, Oakland and across the country tonight amid New Year's Eve celebrations. Organizers of the protest in San Francisco said that a non-violent rally is scheduled to take place at the …
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Survey: San Francisco will be one of top destinations for millennial travelers
San Francisco will be the No. 9 most sought-after destination in the world among millennial travelers in 2015, according to the survey. For conscious young travelers, January is the best time of the year to visit S.F., with hotel rooms averaging $ 116 …
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Meditation Curbs Violence at San Francisco Schools
A new study analyzing the motions of more than 50,000 stars has focused attention on one orange dwarf star known as HIP 85605 that has a chance of disrupting our solar system and sending a hail of killer comets our way. Such threats, known as Nemesis …
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Oakland police protesters smash windows, vandalize Christmas tree

Oakland police protesters smash windows, vandalize Christmas tree
Leading the pack of 50 or so marchers was a group carrying a banner reading, “Justice for O'Shaine Evans. No Justice. No Peace,” referring to the 26-year-old Oakland man shot and killed by San Francisco police in October. The officer who shot Evans …
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San Francisco Giants: Know that enemy-LA Dodgers-has improved
In my post Christmas morning, while attempting to acquaint San Francisco Giants fans with the newly-revamped starting rotation of the Los Angeles Dodgers, I implied that L. A. had presented Giants fans with a package under the tree wrapped up in orange …
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SF employment boom strains housing, office space
Of the estimated 90,000 new jobs in San Francisco in the past four years, about 50,000 are believed to be have been office hires. That's more than 12,000 a year, or two to three times the annual number that can be accommodated under Proposition M. That …
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