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Reward Your Cute Doggie With A Trip To A San Francisco Dog Park

What would we do without our dogs? They are so wonderful and absolutely another loved family member. One who loves us without hesitation. They make our life bearable when difficult. Joyful when sad. Relaxing when stressed. One place that we enjoy relaxing with our precious pet is at the dog park. San Francisco is a…
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FemTech, Female Technology That Greatly Improves Women’s Health

No wonder it’s so hard to keep up. Oxford dictionary editors announced on average they add approximately 1,000 new entries to Oxford Dictionaries Online every year. Those are a lot of new words and terms. A number of them no doubt are constantly emanating from the San Francisco Tech industries including Bio-Tech to High-Tech and…
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San Fran Charter Amendment To Ensure Affordable Housing For Teachers

Brilliant as a red rose. That's what teachers are. Long tales, emotional stories and treasured memories blend together like the most nutritious fruit and vegetable smoothie mix when it comes to recalling our most favorite teachers. You speak to any citizen from virtually any community in the world who has had success and they will…
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San Francisco’s Neighbor Down Highway 5 & 99, Garlic Paradise

Easy it is to become addicted to watching travel shows that feature some charismatic host trying the local cuisine and taking us along for the ride. We can savor every bite and salivate with every new sauce. Please don’t watch them on an empty stomach. We have and we couldn’t take it. We were dreaming…
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Goal: Power San Francisco’s Downtown With 100% Renewable Electricity

In our everyday lives we are constantly looking for sources of energy. Energy for our body, cars, homes and companies. As important, we look for ways to sustain and renew it. On a singular planet with a mushrooming population, acquiring and renewing energy is vital. So what is renewable energy exactly? [caption id="attachment_1305" align="aligncenter" width="604"]…
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Yoshinoya Of Cupertino, Delicious, Low Priced And Quick

Delicious fast food tastes better when you no longer can or are willing to eat it. Maybe you’ve become vegan or older with high cholesterol. Life has changed and so must you. Darn it. Still, in your dreams, those juicy hamburgers, long hot dogs with extra mustard, ketchup and onions, possibly some sauerkraut too, taste…
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Be An Avid Reader, Enjoy San Francisco Public Libraries

Lost art it is not and should not be. Ever. Yes we are in the online information age where most people surf the net for their news and information as opposed to having the printed newspaper delivered, but that should not mean they should stop reading. Especially recreationally. You should still be an avid reader.…
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Berkeley’s Fourth Street Shopping, Stella Carakasi, Make A Day Of It

San Francisco has done an exceptional job in re-inventing itself. It helps to do so when you have a bustling economy filled with High-Tech jobs and prime real estate. Many enhanced neighborhoods wear new names like south of Market Street or SoMa. When you are the up and coming new neighborhood on the block you…
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FitBit Activity Tracker, Wearable Product That Changes The Way We Move

No matter how well-intentioned, ever since George Orwell’s classic novel 1984, people tend to get a little uneasy about devices that can monitor and track our every movement. Even when it may be in our best interests. Sci-Fi films, though at times captivating, can add to the paranoia. Code 46 is a 2003 British film…
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