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The 232 historic, ornamental street lamps that line the sidewalks of San Francisco's Theater District and Financial District evoke the city as it was nearly a century ago, when the lights were erected in 1918 following the World's Fair. The lamps'
There's one thing wrong with the handsome residential tower proposed at 706 Mission St...The tower would rise 550 feet and stand along the east edge of Jessie Square, a plaza framed by St. Patrick's Church from 1872 on the west and the century-old
Up to 50 homeless people who live in a makeshift tent encampment on Caltrain station property at Fourth and King streets will be moved in a few weeks, according to homeless advocates and city officials...To Jennifer Friedenbach , director of the
The Republic azcentral.com Lucy, the bombastic Bronx bimbo played by Mira Sorvino in "Union Square," is a "Real Housewives" stereotype running amok on the big screen. She carries a dog in her purse, shouts obscenities into her cellphone and comfort-
Tom Cruise as John Anderton in the futuristic film Minority Report, where the advertisements use recognition technology to call out to the shoppers. Photograph: Allstar/20th Century Fox A software engineer in my Facebook community wrote recently
A report by the state comptroller says there are now 138 farmer's markets operating in the Big Apple, where shoppers can buy fruit and vegetables grown in fields and orchards within a morning's drive of the city. The number of markets statewide has
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Lucy (Mira Sorvino), a hot mess in a minidress and spike-heel boots, shows up in Manhattan, yappy little dog in tow, hoping to surprise the married guy with whom she's apparently having an affair. When he proves less than thrilled by this unscheduled
David Handschuh Fish and meatball sandwiches at Cambodian sandwich shop Num Pang David Handschuh Num Pang, Union Square's sole Cambodian eatery, has revolutionized the sandwich...St., owners and college buddies Ratha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz offer up a
Read more share this story Hollywood filmmaking is usually a practice in the art of patience and waiting. Waiting to pitch your idea, waiting on a rewrite, waiting for financing (usually the longest wait, by far), then waiting for the your talent to