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SFWeekly writes about Good Eggs, an online service that connects customers to local farms we featured last summer when the organization first started.
It’s 8 a.m. at Good Eggs, the local grocery aggregator and delivery service, and the company’s airy, 10,000-square-foot headquarters is already bustling. One of the building’s industrial garage doors is thrown open to the foggy morning, and a near-constant parade of farmers and food producers walk up to the receiving table to drop off their day’s inventory. Members of the Good Eggs staff — a young, good-looking, idealistic bunch all around — greet producers by name, offer them a strawberry or two (they’re too good today to pass up), and talk shop as they check in orders.
Read more at SFWeekly here.
Drinks don’t come cheap if you’re a Twitter employee getting a beer at Beauty bar: $500 for a PBR and a shot, according to Uptown Almanac.
The Tamale Lady is getting a mural! It will be done by three Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) muralists and organizers – Megan Wilson, Jet Martinez, and Roisin Isner.