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‘Leftover Swap’ Will Allow People In San Francisco To Trade Or Buy Unwanted Food Items

Between helicopters that deliver tacos and seemingly psychotic, nude acrobats assaulting people on the subway, it’s hard to tell which news stories coming out of San Francisco are serious and which are fake. This latest story definitely rides the fence between the two, but the San Francisco Weekly’s Snitch swears that a new app called Leftover Swap is as real as they come.
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Former S.F. Police Chief Frank Jordan Doesn't Believe Johannes Mehserle

United States / San Francisco : SFist (4 years ago)

As the Mehserle defense rests its case today, former San Francisco Police Chief Frank Jordan told SF Weekly that he's not buying Mehserle's story. "My personal opinion is, [Mehserle's story] is pretty hard to believe," Jordan tells ... Read Post

PM Listage: Food That 'Tells a Story'; Comparing Paris & NYC Dining

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Eater National (8 months ago)

Schroeder's, San Francisco. · Cutting Edge Chefs Serve Up Food That Tells a Story · Who Eats Better: New Yorkers or Parisians? · Why Would You Put Brominated Vegetable Oil in Soda? · Taco Bell Won't Stop Tinkering with... Read Post

Watch This Naked Acrobat Terrify Passersby In The San Francisco Subway

Entertainment / Web : UPROXX: Web Culture (2 years ago)

Earlier this week, a month-old camera phone video was posted to YouTube that, at first, seemed like it would make for a light-hearted viral video that could make a crazy San Francisco hippie an overnight Internet star. But then you ... Read Post

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