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Hoodline Now Covers South Of Market

hoodline.com — Do you live, work or spend time in SoMa? Today, we're expanding our daily neighborhood coverage to the South of Market area. Look for our mix of hard news, profiles of local businesses, community organizations and people, plus history, off-beat news and more, stretching from the Embarcadero all the way past Folsom and 10th street to that curvy blob that's occasionally called "western SoMa."

Sinkhole Opens On Haight Street, As Predicted

Facebook to take over Stanford classroom

venturebeat.com — Facebook, already bulging out of its headquarters in downtown Palo Alto, is now infiltrating Stanford University. A new course, called Create Engaging Web Applications Using Metrics and Learning on Facebook will be offered this fall in Stanford's computer science department.

Introducing Hoodline North Beach And Financial District

hoodline.com — Ever since Hoodline began life as Lower Haight neighborhood blog Haighteration more than five years ago, we've fielded requests for a North Beach expansion. Meanwhile, we've gradually realized that a lot of our readers work or live further down Market Street than our current coverage area.

Park Station Police Captain Raj Vaswani To Bayview, Captain John Sanford Confirmed Successor

hoodline.com — Raj Vaswani, who joined Park Station as captain last summer, has been transferred to lead Bayview Station, we've learned. Vaswani was beginning to make his mark in the area, with his personal crime-fighting efforts, his active Twitter presence, and his generally genial relations with the relatively quiet district.

Duboce Triangle Thefts Increase, But Crime Rates Haven't Changed Much

hoodline.com — Duboce Triangle has been experiencing a major crime increase in recent years, according to many commenters on social media and local web sites like this one. The murders of Bryan Higgins and Michael Marquez in the last six months or so have only highlighted what many have felt are broader changes for the worse.

How Uber Is Launching In Its Newest City, Washington, DC

techcrunch.com — Me: I just talked to the cab company and they're going to take forever. I'm trying Uber. Her: There's no Uber in DC. Me [checks app]: Oh, look, there is! The car will be here in 10 minutes. And that's how I discovered that Uber is launching in Washington, DC.

Inside The Study Center, A Civic Champion In The Central City

hoodline.com — The decision to bulldoze the Western Addition had been made behind closed doors at City Hall, and people across San Francisco in the '60s and '70s were fighting to save their own neighborhoods from freeway and development plans. But they needed to understand how the city worked if they were going to make changes happen.

Introducing Hoodline Tenderloin

hoodline.com — As eagle-eyed readers may have noticed, we recently began covering news further east and north than before, with stories on Tenderloin Station's police redistricting plans, Hemlock Tavern's possible future, and longtime transgender nightclub Divas hitting the market.

Introducing Hoodline Inner Sunset

hoodline.com — As you know, Hoodline brings you news and stories from some of San Francisco's central neighborhoods. Today, we're happy to announce that we're officially launching daily Hoodline coverage of the Inner Sunset. Recently, we've found ourselves covering more and more stories in the Inner Sunset.
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Jun 22, 2015

RT @kimmaicutler: The biggest problem with San Francisco's rental crisis? The suburbs. slate.com/articles/busin…

Jun 09, 2015

@askdzign what app version are you on? we updated recently to fix a FB like count issue. it's looking fine on our devices.

Apr 27, 2015

don't miss today's article about suburbs that exist because of silicon valley hating silicon valley wsj.com/articles/tech-…

Apr 22, 2015

@jacksonwest how deep is the pole bean pot? they need at least a couple feet right?

Apr 16, 2015

@noahmccormack the poor local news average ($25). features are a bit more.

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