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The scene at Incanto. 

Crusade to Help Sex Workers Crumbles: "In [Solace SF Laura Lasky's] wake, she leaves questions—about the legitimacy of her organization, about the money that flowed through it, and about the kinds of services local sex workers require." [H/t: SF Weekly

Oprah Announces Tour Stop in San Jose: You get a Series A investor! And you get a Series A investor! Everyone gets a Series A investor! [H/t: Contra Costa Times

Racism Charges Hit Ethics Debate at PUC: African-American activists charge racism after commission moves to fine a PUC staffer for awarding a contract to a non-profit she headed. [H/t: SFGate]

Do Private Restrictions Trump Public Zoning?: Tim Redmond's wandering way far into the weeds on this one, but he's probably not wrong. [H/t: 48 Hills]

Police Reject Increase in Tenderloin Staffing: Sheriff Mirkarimi's proposal to shift resources to allow more police to work on the streets appears to be going nowhere. [H/t: Beyond Chron]

Scenes from a Final Meal at Incanto: It's not Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer's fault it closed, but it totally is. [H/t: SFist]

Malaysian Food Moving Into Twitter Building: Hashtag nasi lemak. [H/t: Eater SF]

 

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