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Eric Rosser Eldon

San Francisco/Bay Area
Editor — Hoodline

I think I'm just an editor (@HoodlineSF)

Hot Off The Tipline: Kobe Graffiti Hate, Duboce Plant Massacre, TL Mail Theft, And More | Hoodline — Here's the latest installment of news from our tipline - which you can now contribute to via text at (415) 200-3233. First, regarding the image above ... what is there to say? Go Warriors? "Someone doesn't like Kobe too much," explains tipster/photographer Mark. "I don't blame them.

Safety Vigilantes Install Unauthorized Bicycle Posts At 4 More City Intersections | Hoodline — Traffic safety activist group SF Transformation (SFMtrA) had a busy evening last night, installing unauthorized soft-hit posts to separate cyclists from cars on four main bicycle turn lanes around the city.

Text Your Tips To Hoodline At (415) 200-3233 | Hoodline — Neighborhood tipsters have always been a main source for stories here at Hoodline. But until today, we've asked everyone to fill out an online form if they had something to share. Now we're making it easier. You can now tell us about the most interesting things happening in your neighborhood, using SMS and maybe your cameraphone.

Guerrilla Bike Lane Posts Could Be Coming To Market & Gough | Hoodline — The vigilante cyclist safety group calling itself SF Transformation-or SFMtrA, for short-has plans for adding more unauthorized traffic safety features to city streets, following its victory last week in getting the city to keep the soft-hit posts it installed at the nexus of JFK Drive and Kezar Drive in Golden Gate Park.

Golden Gate Park's Guerrilla Bike Lane Posts To Become Official In Activist Win | Hoodline — You may have noticed a new set of soft-hit posts on the right-hand turn from John F. Kennedy Drive to Kezar Drive appear in the last couple of weeks. A group of private citizens put them there without permission.

Here's The Latest From Hoodline Tipsters | Hoodline — See something interesting or weird happening in front of you as you're going about your day? Want to figure out what it is, or maybe alert others? Many of the stories you see us publish are because someone sent us a tip - whether via our email tipline, Twitter, Facebook or somewhere else.

Here's What Hoodline Is Hearing From Its Secret New Tipline | Hoodline — We get a lot of great stories from local people who send in tips about what's happening around them. We want to make it even easier to hear from you. So we're testing out a new SMS-based tipline which allows you to text in photos and short messages about things you're seeing as you go about your life in the city, straight from your phone.

Write About Your Neighborhood For Hoodline — Do you live, work, or spend quality time in a neighborhood that Hoodline covers? Is there a topic you want to explore, or a story you'd like to see covered by us? Can you write? If you said yes to any or all of the above, we'd like to talk to you about writing for Hoodline.

Hoodline Now Covers South Of Market — 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."

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Oct 10, 2016

@mattyglesias this is what democracy looks like... in 2016.... in San Francisco, CA.

Aug 18, 2016

RT @YourProtagonist: I wrote an article about the 50th anniversary of the Hunters Point uprising for the September issue of @sanfranmag. 

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