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Hudson Roughed Up Again in 5-0 Giants Loss

48 minutes agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Tim Hudson allowed four runs in the first inning and the San Francisco Giants were held to three hits in a 5-0 loss to San Diego on Friday night that dropped them 3 ½ games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West race.

Why the Secondary Is Key to the 49ers Week 3 Matchup with the Cardinals

The San Francisco 49ers have endured a mixed start to the 2014 NFL season, with their dominant 28-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys followed up by a hugely disappointing 28-20 loss to the Chicago Bears in the first regular-season game at...Show More Summary

There's a Super Bowl rematch this weekend, and we talk about it in this week's podcast

Welcome to the latest Shutdown Corner podcast! On today's piping-hot episode, we have: • A review of San Francisco's tech-heavy new stadium • A breakdown of RGIII's performance and prospects • Some chattin' about Johnny Manziel's bird-flipping • An AFC South breakdown. Show More Summary

Park(ing) Day 2014: The Most Amazing Pop-Up Parks From San Francisco and Beyond!

Happy Park(ing) Day everyone! Today's the day when parking spots across the States and around the world turn over a green leaf as pop-up public parks. This annual celebration of public space is one of our favorite events of the year - all it takes is a bag

Bottle Service: Recycling centers that refund bottle deposits...

Recycling centers that refund bottle deposits are disappearing from San Francisco, where they often face evictions and neighborhood opposition. Which is why one center owner in the Bayview is preparing to launch a recycling shuttle. After Ors Csaszar was blocked...

New York’s “ecommerce” companies are more fashion than tech. But that’s a good thing

7 hours agoTechnology : Pando Daily

  Ecommerce is a fickle bitch. It seems so easy with its clear cut business model. At times the budding Web ecosystems of San Francisco, New York, and LA have all been lulled by the ecommerce siren song, only to see a wasteland of once-hyped...Show More Summary

Mobile apps are absolutely murdering San Francisco’s taxi industry

San Francisco has been the ground zero for mobile apps that help people find car rides, and now the epic battle between Uber and Lyft is burning at its most intense in the Bay Area. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has...Show More Summary

Architecture Nerd Alert: Effective immediately, Curbed SF is on...

Effective immediately, Curbed SF is on the hunt for two talented freelance bloggers who know and love the Bay Area and want to write all about it—one to cover San Francisco and one to keep tabs on the East Bay,...

Zumiez Best Foot Forward 2014: Winner’s Trip

Including stops in Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Here's the video evidence. The post Zumiez Best Foot Forward 2014: Winner’s Trip appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.

Enough Is Enough! Owner Shuts Down SF Restaurant for Day over Picky Customers: 'We Don't Give a Sht About Gluten Free'

Sometimes, enough is just enough. SO, an Asian fusion restaurant in San Francisco, closed down early on Thursday evening and lashed out at picky customers who reportedly demanded gluten-free cuisine and may have complained about the restaurant's use of MSG. Show More Summary

On the Market: Historic 19th-Century Italianate Villa in Russian Hill Asks $12M

The Atkinson House on Broadway in Russian Hill was built back in 1853, meaning that it is now 161 years old and one of the oldest standing houses in San Francisco. Designed (probably) by architect William H. Ranlett and...

San Francisco Taxi Trips Plunge Amid Rise of Rideshare Companies

Matthew Feeney According to Kate Toran, the San Francisco transport authority’s Taxis and Accessible Services interim director, companies such as Uber and Lyft, which provide ridesharing services, “have dramatically changed the for-hire...Show More Summary

Drew Stanton will start for Cardinals vs. 49ers

With Carson Palmer out with nerve damage, the Cardinals will turn to Stanton for a second consecutive week. Drew Stanton will start at quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals in Week 3 against the visiting San Francisco 49ers, per Matt...Show More Summary

Drew Stanton to make second straight start

Drew Stanton will make another start for Arizona. Coach Bruce Arians announced today that Stanton will take the place of Carson Palmer (shoulder) in the starting lineup Sunday vs. San Francisco, according to Darren Urban of The 34-year-old Palmer is dealing with a nerve issue in his throwing shoulder. This will be Stanton’s sixth…

49ers top pick Ward gets baptism by fire

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Rookie nickelback Jimmie Ward, all 5-feet-11, 193 pounds of him, had his NFL baptism by fire at the hands, and feet, of the Chicago Bears' 6-4, 229-pound Brandon Marshall last Sunday. The San Francisco 49ers' first-round...Show More Summary

Epic Rants: Restaurant's Passive-Aggressive Sign Blames MSG-Hating Customers for Closure

One San Francisco chef bit back at entitled customers last night, temporarily closing the restaurant with a very-public airing of grievances. Eater SF reports the owner of SO Chinese restaurant closed up shop early last night by leaving a...

With Co-CEOs, Oracle Sets Challenging Course

By Sarah McBride SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - By promoting its two presidents to serve as co-chief executives instead of founder and CEO Larry Ellison, database-and-software behemoth Oracle is setting itself a course that has confounded other big companies. Show More Summary

Who Cleans Up City Fun?

Flashback Friday. This series of pictures is from a San Francisco Chronicle article about flash mobs, or “an international fad, partly anarchistic, partly absurdist, in which a mob of participants suddenly materializes at a public place, engages in odd behavior [like pillow or shaving cream fights] and then disperses.” This last picture is of Martin […]

Watch the High-Tech Levi's Stadium Being Built In a Dazzling Timelapse

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Earlier in September, the San Francisco 49ers' spanking new high-tech stadium opened with its 600 WiFi access points and green roof and hot dog-ordering app. But just 29 months ago, Levi's Stadium was an empty lot in the ground. The entire stadium takes shape in this two-minute timelapse video. Read more...

49ers vs. Cardinals: Complete Week 3 Preview for San Francisco

The San Francisco 49ers have a recent history of inconsistency at the start of each season during the Jim Harbaugh era. In 2011, Harbaugh and the 49ers got off to a 1-1 start to the season. In 2012, San Francisco got off to a 2-0 start before dropping a Week 3 matchup on the road to the Minnesota Vikings. Show More Summary

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