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August 25, 2015 — Even from the outside, 278 Clara Street in SoMa looks unusual. It's hard to tell if the little blue building with a sunburst door and roll-up garage is a residential home, an office, a studio space, or something else. Inside...

Even from the outside, 278 Clara Street in SoMa looks unusual. It's hard to tell if the little blue building with a sunburst door and roll-up garage is a...
August 25, 2015 — Steve Silberman speaks at TED:

Today, one in 68 children is on the autism spectrum, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet despite decades of research, there is much we don't know about the disorder. We discuss the evolving definition, hidden history and public perception of autism with "NeuroTribes" author Steve Silberman....
August 25, 2015 — Nationwide, school districts can't find enough teachers to fill their classrooms. And the teacher shortage has hit California particularly hard. Between 2008 and 2012, the state lost 82,000 school jobs to budget cuts, according to the Labor Department. Now, with declining enrollment in teacher credential programs and increased state funding for new hires, local districts are struggling to fill...
August 25, 2015 — The Temple of Joy, a massive temporary wood structure built for the Burning Man arts festival 2002. A powerful laser beam, built by Russell Wilcox, was installed thousands of feet away across the desert floor, and aligned with an...

The Temple of Joy, a massive temporary wood structure built for the Burning Man arts festival 2002. A powerful laser beam, built by Russell Wilcox, was...
August 25, 2015 — Not surprisingly, most of San Francisco's mega-home sales so far this year have taken place within a few blocks of each other. Nine out of the top ten sales so far in 2015 have been in Pacific Heights, with the...

Not surprisingly, most of San Francisco's mega-home sales so far this year have taken place within a few blocks of each other. Nine out of the top ten sales so far in 2015 have...
August 25, 2015 — An Edison Bulb chandelier. Creative Commons Photo via Ned Palmero. Before mason jar glasses, before old-time fonts creeped onto menus, before the heady early days of reclaimed wood, our forefathers in nostalgic design lit the way, like a mustachieod Prometheus...

An Edison Bulb chandelier. Creative Commons Photo via Ned Palmero.

Before mason jar glasses, before old-time fonts...
August 25, 2015 — I’ve never really been a joiner. I don’t like people all that much and I’m an introvert, but even someone as maladjusted as me has realized that just keeping my head down to get through the day isn’t enough.

Life isn’t just about keeping to yourself and getting your work done, at least not if you want to keep your sanity. Looking back, it was always the years in which I had no...
August 25, 2015 — Photo: Sessions at the Presidio

It’s been six months since Inside Scoop reported that Evin Gelleri and Michael Bilger (formerly of the now-shuttered FiDi restaurant Georges) would be bringing a beer-centric restaurant to the Presidio.

Related Links Sessions at the Presidio claims former Dixie space . Sessions bringing beer to the Presidio . Well, the wait is...
August 25, 2015 — The summer of 2015 has seen the American people expressing sharp discontent with the status quo. On the right, we have Donald Trump. On the left, we have Bernie Sanders, ongoing protests by Black Lives Matter, and the continued push
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August 25, 2015 — Halloween inspires us to get in touch with our spooky side, but transgender advocates are calling one costume advertised for the upcoming season downright frightening....
 
 
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