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New Owners of Yoshi's SF to Ditch Name, Sushi, and Jazz: Other than that, they're keeping everything exactly the same. [SF Business Times

Oakland Cat Cafe Closer to Reality: Oh boy. [Oakland Local]

Twitter Hit With Age Discrimination Lawsuit: July does seem to be turning into "High Profile Tech Lawsuit" month. [Valleywag]

Hyperlapse Video of SF to Tokyo Flight: Woah. Just—woah. [SFist]

John King Pans New Kaiser Building Architecture: "It's an oversize, thin-skinned thud, massive in scale and anemic in tone. There's almost no effort to connect with anyone who doesn't arrive by ambulance or car." [SFGate]

Berkeley May Put Cancer-Warning Stickers on Cell Phones: The science on the brain cancer link is scant at best, but that didn't stop San Francisco from trying a similar move, that the courts later put on ice. [SFGate]

Street Wear Overtakes Tie-Dye in Haight: Interesting. [Racked SF]

Cuco's Restaurant Getting Evicted in Lower Haight: This is the same building in which the landlord tried to push out tenants with low credit scores. [Hoodline]

Alice Waters Lauds French Laundry: Tl;dr version—Waters got really drunk there once. [Vanity Fair]

 

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