Following the route of Mission Creek from the sacred baseball fields of San Francisco (now a hideous mall) to the mudflats of Mission Bay (now a Clockwork Orange development scam) doesn’t take long, even for...
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Phil Jaber, the founder of Philz Coffee, wants to caffeinate the world. In February he’ll take another step toward that goal when he opens a new Philz Coffee location in Facebook's Menlo Park complex.
The godmother of punk, at Philz Monday night.
Change it, leave it, cover it? Or something else? En Español
Plus, asking Feds for money for roads, committee sours on high-speed rail En Español
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Mixed feelings about New York papers entering Bay Area. By PATRICK KOLLMAN
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