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The Age
Backpack makers rethink a student stapleBackpacks are being redesigned for modern users. The inside of Alejandro Saret
Backpack makers rethink a student staple
The Age / Posted 3 minutes ago
Backpacks are being redesigned for modern users. The inside of Alejandro Sarete's backpack is jammed with the objects of a busy student life: smartphone, USB thumb drive, playing cards, lip balm. Cho Young-Uk's shoulder bag is more minimalist in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Backpack makers rethink a student stapleBackpacks are being redesigned for modern users. The inside of Alejandro Saret
Backpack makers rethink a student staple
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 minutes ago
Backpacks are being redesigned for modern users. The inside of Alejandro Sarete's backpack is jammed with the objects of a busy student life: smartphone, USB thumb drive, playing cards, lip balm. Cho Young-Uk's shoulder bag is more minimalist in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Backpack makers rethink a student stapleBackpacks are being redesigned for modern users. The inside of Alejandro Saret
Backpack makers rethink a student staple
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 minutes ago
Backpacks are being redesigned for modern users. The inside of Alejandro Sarete's backpack is jammed with the objects of a busy student life: smartphone, USB thumb drive, playing cards, lip balm. Cho Young-Uk's shoulder bag is more minimalist in... Read more
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Everett Herald
The difference between S.F. and N.Y. is P.U. Published: Thursday, September 3, 2015, 12:01 a.m. Why is New York so much c
The difference between S.F. and N.Y. is P.U.
Everett Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Published: Thursday, September 3, 2015, 12:01 a.m. Why is New York so much cleaner than San Francisco? It's a question you hear all the time, even as some New Yorkers swear that Mayor Bill de Blasio's... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Our SF: The 1906 earthquake brought out the best in the cityThe smoke was still clearing on April 22, 1906, the city was under martial law,
Our SF: The 1906 earthquake brought out the best in the city
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 hours ago
The smoke was still clearing on April 22, 1906, the city was under martial law, and mothers continued to wander San Francisco’s streets looking for lost sons and daughters. Some manhole covers were reportedly so hot from the post-quake fires, they... Read more
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Philly.com
Mirror, Mirror: Mount Airy artist's bold clothes for 'the fearless'Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Columnist Posted: Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 3
Mirror, Mirror: Mount Airy artist's bold clothes for 'the fearless'
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Columnist Posted: Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 3:01 AM Not only did Bonner paint the words on Rose and Chyna's controversial VMA getups, but she also did so for the outfits of Rose's assistants - Benji Carlisle and... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Family of Pier 14 Shooting Victim to File LawsuitThe family of Pier 14 shooting victim Kate Steinle plans to file a lawsuit agai
Family of Pier 14 Shooting Victim to File Lawsuit
NBC San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
The family of Pier 14 shooting victim Kate Steinle plans to file a lawsuit against San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and The Bureau of Land Management holding them responsible for her death. When Mexican... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Family of Pier 14 Shooting Victim to File LawsuitThe family of Pier 14 shooting victim Kate Steinle plans to file a lawsuit agai
Family of Pier 14 Shooting Victim to File Lawsuit
NBC Bay Area / Posted 2 days ago
The family of Pier 14 shooting victim Kate Steinle plans to file a lawsuit against San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and The Bureau of Land Management holding them responsible for her death. When Mexican... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Lombard St. Ambassador Program Aims to Make Area SaferSan Francisco's famous crooked street is getting even more crowded, but visitor
Lombard St. Ambassador Program Aims to Make Area Safer
NBC Bay Area / Posted 2 days ago
San Francisco's famous crooked street is getting even more crowded, but visitors to Lombard Street don’t seem to mind. The Lombard Street Ambassador Program started Saturday. It’s supposed to deter crime. Tourists say they love seeing the... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Robin Abcarian: How the drought has affected San Francisco's devastating lack of public restroomsThere are a lot of people whose lives have been adversely affected by the unres
Robin Abcarian: How the drought has affected San Francisco's devastating lack of public restrooms
Oakland Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
There are a lot of people whose lives have been adversely affected by the unrestricted flow of urine on the streets of San Francisco. On a hot summer day, the stench in some neighborhoods -- the Tenderloin, the Mission and South of Market -- is... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Theme World: Halloween Horror Nights 25: Scares RevealedHalloween Horror Nights 25: Scares RevealedAugust 27, 2015 Hard to believe Hal
Theme World: Halloween Horror Nights 25: Scares Revealed
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 6 days ago
Halloween Horror Nights 25: Scares RevealedAugust 27, 2015 Hard to believe Halloween season starts in just over three weeks. After teasing us that Jack's back, then revealing houses based on The Walking Dead, Jason vs. Freddie, Insidious and The... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
Court hearing continues today in shooting death of Kate SteinleA preliminary hearing will continue today before San Francisco Superior Court J
Court hearing continues today in shooting death of Kate Steinle
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
A preliminary hearing will continue today before San Francisco Superior Court Judge Brendan P. Conroy in the shooting death July 1 of former Pleasanton resident Kathryn "Kate" Steinle, 32, who was shot in broad daylight on a San Francisco waterfront... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Thousands of Runners Expected for the Giant RaceThousands of runners will take to the streets of San Francisco on Sunday mornin
Thousands of Runners Expected for the Giant Race
NBC Bay Area / Posted 12 days ago
Thousands of runners will take to the streets of San Francisco on Sunday morning during the Giant Race. About 20,000 runners are expected to attend the sixth annual event, which features a half-marathon, a 10K race, a 5K race and a kids race and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Vintage 'Gatsby'-era style book shows dramatic change in men's fashionI recently ventured to the Alemany Flea Market, early. The sun was barely up wh
Vintage 'Gatsby'-era style book shows dramatic change in men's fashion
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
I recently ventured to the Alemany Flea Market, early. The sun was barely up when I arrived. The first thing I found was a small booklet titled "STYLE BOOK For Men & Young Men Spring & Summer 1926." It opens with this statement: "The smartest styles... Read more
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Crosscut
The untold story of Seattle's racist mayorPortrait of frontier journalist and Seattle mayor Beriah Brown and his wife Jea
The untold story of Seattle's racist mayor
Crosscut / Posted 21 days ago
Portrait of frontier journalist and Seattle mayor Beriah Brown and his wife Jeanie taken at E. F. Dollarhide’s Seattle studio in the 1870s. Credit: Brown Family Papers Collection, University oF Washington, Neg # 36689 In that context, meet Beriah... Read more
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Officer.com
Calif. Police Captain Faces Cyclists' ComplaintsSan Francisco cyclists, frustrated by increased enforcement along a popular bik
Calif. Police Captain Faces Cyclists' Complaints
Officer.com / Posted 21 days ago
San Francisco cyclists, frustrated by increased enforcement along a popular biking route through the city, got the chance to air their grievances as the police captain who ordered the crackdown addressed the public for the first time Tuesday evening... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
13th annual CityRead begins next weekBRENTWOOD -- California native Vanessa Diffenbaugh grew up with a passion for b
13th annual CityRead begins next week
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 22 days ago
BRENTWOOD -- California native Vanessa Diffenbaugh grew up with a passion for both flowers and social work and both of these interests shaped her first book, "The Language of Flowers." Her compelling tale of an emancipated 18-year-old foster youth... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
San Francisco Non Profit Celebrates Milestone Keeping Youth "Alive And Free"Dr. Joseph Marshall is in a constant battle with the streets of San Francisco.
San Francisco Non Profit Celebrates Milestone Keeping Youth "Alive And Free"
NBC Bay Area / Posted 27 days ago
Dr. Joseph Marshall is in a constant battle with the streets of San Francisco. Up against drugs, gang activity, teen pregnancy and in the worst cases, death. “It's a tug-o-war. And you know I'm on this side, you know, our organization's on one side... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Reno Streetcar Coalition Pushes to Add TrolleysYou expect to see those iconic trolley cars on the streets of San Francisco, bu
Reno Streetcar Coalition Pushes to Add Trolleys
KTVN Reno / Posted 27 days ago
You expect to see those iconic trolley cars on the streets of San Francisco, but now there's a movement to bring them here to Reno. A portion of Virginia Street is due for a remodel, planned for 2017. And when that project starts, a group of local... Read more

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