God bless our fair city. Bless it for all the things that make it unique. Like the ambulance patient today that assaulted a medic and jumped out of the ambulance onto the freeway, according to twitterer @Emergency_In_SF. He was later arrested by SFPD at 16th and Folsom.

Today, March 24, SFist would like to wish San Franciscans Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Frank Chu a happy birthday!

For those of us with kids, the latest Mommy Files from SF Gate talks about parents who would rather move to the East Bay than deal with San Francisco’s public school Russian roullette lottery system.

Tired of junk mail? Be sure to check the SF Weekly blog The Snitch for the latest opinions SF’s proposed anti-junk mail policy.

Is it graffiti or is it vandalism? It may be art, but in the end, someone has to clean it up or pay the price. Allan Hough explores the paradox in his new column, “I Heart Street Art” in the SF Weekly blog All Shook Down.

Enough news. On to food. Eater SF has the latest on Anthony Bourdain‘s trip to San Francisco, including a stop-off at Bender’s. Eater SF also noted Tablehopper’s report that a new restaurant and club called the Blue Macaw will open up in the old 12 Galaxies space on Mission Street. What a thing to announce on Frank Chu’s birthday.

Mission Mission and Burrito Justice have lately turned us on to breadxbread, which in their two most recent posts talk about Delano’s Market at 23rd and South Van Ness, and the ubiquitous Mission bacon dog carts. According to their upcoming list, I’m looking forward to their soon-to-come review of Yat’s, which I’ve heard offers fairly decent poboys.

Last on our list, let me indulge in some purely non-objective journalism here to state that A BURRITO IS NOT A SANDWICH.

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Armand is a photojournalism and multimedia student at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and is originally from Baton Rouge, La. His work history includes being a paper pusher in Los Angeles and a youth program coordinator in Ramallah, and is currently a student editor at Mission Local, which means he gets to read a lot of news and tell people what to do.

He also waits for the day when bacon and buffalo sauce combine on one plate.

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