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Janet Napolitano hospitalized, fighting cancer

Janet Napolitano hospitalized, fighting cancer University of California President Janet Napolitano was hospitalized this week for side effects related to the treatment of cancer, which was diagnosed in August, UC officials said Tuesday. Show More Summary

New Tribeca Film Institute executive director aims to expand grant program

The new executive director of the Tribeca Film Institute has her work cut out for her. Amy Hobby, who was promosed from vice president of artistic programs on Jan. 4, will oversee the three... To view the full story, click the title link.

Taser-Wielding Gang Robs Woman Waiting At Powell BART Platform

A group of seven people robbed a woman of her cell phone Sunday night as she waited inside the supposed safety of a San Francisco BART station. [ more › ]

Where To Eat & Drink In The Heights

With so many good restaurants, it's almost hard to pick A historic section of homes nestled Northwest of Houston’s downtown alongside I-10 makes way for The Heights - a rare assortment of thrift shops, half million dollar homes withShow More Summary

Chef Jamie Lynch Heads to James Beard House – Preview His Menu at Special 5Church Atlanta Dinner Jan. 24

5Church executive chef, partner and “Top Chef” contestant Jamie Lynch will cook at the James Beard House on Feb. 8 with fellow 5Church chef Adam Hodgson. Logistics may prevent you from attending that event. On one special night, however,...Show More Summary

Vegan Bakery Cinnaholic Expands to Centennial

The hit of ABC TV's Shark Tank, is headed north Within weeks, Centennial will have three new casual vegan options, suitable for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Joining newly opened Pancho's Vegan Tacos, serving "authentic vegan MexicanShow More Summary

Shakeup of de Blasio's housing and economic-development teams empowers deputy mayor

Two city officials under Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen will take over the city's housing and economic development agencies, the de Blasio administration announced Monday. Maria Torres-Springer, the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Tuesday Lunchtime Links: Public Warned To Watch CCSF

Google+ tries to happen, Salesforce loses top dog, Capp church converts. [ more › ]

Blackbird Is Named Restaurant Of The Year In 2017 Jean Banchet Awards

This year marks the acclaimed West Loop spot's 20th year in business. [ more › ]

Music and Barbecue Spot Globe Hall Changes Hands

Founder Jeff Cornelius promises that things will stay the same What started as a labor of love for owner Jeff Cornelius became a community spot for the quickly gentrifying Globeville area and changes are on the horizon. Starting on February 1, Globe Hall is getting a new owner. Show More Summary

Councilman Pushes For Campaigns To Be Fully Financed By Public Funds

The public funded system, backed by Councilmember Mike Bonin, would be partly paid for by a severance tax on gas and oil. [ more › ]

The fairy tale is over at Alexandria’s Dairy Godmother frozen custard shop

After 17 years, Liz Davis is selling the much-loved store. She hopes a buyer will carry on.

Racist, Pro-Trump Cop Allegedly Taunted Army Vet During False Arrest

A black army veteran is suing the city after he was falsely arrested while walking his dog in a Brooklyn park after hours, and he says one of the arresting officers made racist and pro-Trump remarks to him while he was in custody. [ more › ]

Mugshot Mania – Plies Arrested For DUI in Florida… 

Algenod Lanier Washington aka “Plies” posed for the mugshot above after being arrested in Florida early this morning. For the record, the popular rapper turnt instagram comedian didn’t ‘run off on the plug’ but he WAS busted for diving under the influence. Show More Summary

Far-Right Flips Out Over Obviously Fake Company Claiming To Pay Trump Protesters

At $2,500 a month plus $50/hr, this is too good to be true, and in fact, it's probably fake! [ more › ]

Uber Sues Seattle to Try to Stop Unionization Law

12 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Heidi Groover Uber is challenging Seattle's rules for who should get to vote on unionization. HG On the day Uber drivers in Seattle were set to get the right to unionize, the multi-billion-dollar ridesharing company is suing the city...Show More Summary

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