San Francisco News for April 24th 2013

GroupTalent Wants To Hack Tech Hiring In SF And NYC By Fighting
GroupTalent launched in December of 2011 to offer solace to the many startups struggling to find top technical talent. Some might stand opposed to this ongoin..

San Francisco Mayor traveling to Baltimore to make good on lost Super Bowl bet
Fulfilling a bet he lost on Super Bowl XLVII, San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee is traveling to Baltimore on Friday. The terms of the bet with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake: a day of service in Baltimore City. The Ravens defeated the San …

Bonds 756 home run plaque missing at AT&T Park
Glue is seen on the brick facade in right center field (to the left of the Comcast sign) where a plaque commemorating Barry Bonds’ 756 home run was affixed seen during the Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants baseball game Tuesday, April 23, …

49ers Trading Up: Players San Francisco Could Be Targeting in 2013 NFL Draft
COMMENTARY | Whether they will be moving up or moving down in Thursday's start to the 2013 NFL draft, the San Francisco 49ers will be active, and the consensus around the NFL at the moment is that the 49ers have targeted the first round to make their

San Francisco's green hotels lead the pack – The Business Journals
Among its many other virtues, San Francisco is also leading the country in eco- friendly…

How the San Francisco Giants Are Stacking Up to Preseason Expectations
Coming off two World Series wins in three years and bringing back most of their major contributors, the San Francisco Giants have to live up to lofty expectations. With the return of all five members of the rotation, several key bullpen members and All …

San Francisco Giants lose 6-4 in 11 innings
SAN FRANCISCO — Brandon Belt delivered more ninth-inning drama, but it wasn't enough Tuesday to save the Giants on a mistake-prone night. The Arizona Diamondbacks withstood Belt's game-tying homer by rallying in the 11th inning for a 6-4 victory at

San Francisco to probe allegations of Nevada 'patient dumping'
In the past five years, Rawson-Neal has bused 36 psychiatric patients to San Francisco, according to The Bee's review. Among the issues the city attorney will probe is whether Nevada was routinely busing mentally ill patients across state lines with no

SF lawmaker's 'homeless bill of rights' passes state Assembly committee
The bill would allow homeless people in California to sit, sleep and panhandle on public property without facing penalties from law enforcement, negating the sit-lie ordinance approved by San Francisco voters in 2010. ???This bill calls for the immediate …

The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants, April 2013 – Eater SF
It's time to update the Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant…” This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans…
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San Francisco woman uninjured after BART train passes over her
SAN FRANCISCO – A woman escaped uninjured after a commuter train passed over her but did not hit her on tracks at a San Francisco station, transit officials said. The woman jumped in front of the oncoming Bay Area Rapid Transit train at the 24th Street

The East Bay's Lanesplitter Pizza Responds to Dramatic Employee
The employees alleged emotional abuse and lack of access to healthcare, among other things.
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San Francisco probes 'dumping' of psychiatric patients from Nevada
SAN FRANCISCO — The city attorney said Monday he's launching an investigation into whether Nevada health officials are systemically sending psychiatric patients to San Francisco and other cities. City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent a letter to Nevada's

Breaking Down San Francisco 49ers Draft Needs
The 49ers are very well set-up for the upcoming NFL Draft – the defending NFC Champions currently have 13 draft picks, including 5 in the first 3 rounds. Given the strength of their roster, San Francisco has no use for 13 rookies and will inevitably

Verizon expanding San Francisco Innovation Center, currently
2011 sure doesn't feel like that long ago, but it's evidently long enough for Verizon to realize that demand for innovation is booming in Silicon Valley.
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San Francisco Mayor traveling to Baltimore to make good on lost Super Bowl bet
They’ll be accompanied by Wendy Spencer, the CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, Joe Briggs of the NFL Players Association, San Francisco 49ers linebacker and Maryland native Navarro Bowman and AmeriCorps members.

San Francisco Giants lose 6-4 in 11 innings
SAN FRANCISCO — Brandon Belt did it again, but this time his ninth-inning heroics weren't enough. The Arizona Diamondbacks withstood Belt's game-tying homer off closer J.J. Putz by rallying for a 6-4 victory over the Giants in 11 innings Tuesday night

Oracle Team USA hits San Francisco Bay with new boat
SAN FRANCISCO ??? Oracle Team USA hit the San Francisco Bay with a sophisticated new catamaran skillfully crafted to fend off rivals intent on taking the America’s Cup from the defending champion. On a sun-washed expanse of dock behind the team’s …

Apple's WWDC Kicks Off June 10 in San Francisco
Apple said today that it will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco from June 10-14. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Pacific on April 25. But act fast; in recent years, tickets for the event have sold out within hours. Tickets

Top 10 Draft Picks of All Time: San Francisco 49ers |
Check out the top 10 San Francisco 49ers draft picks of all time! Why isn't Steve Young on the list? Young was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1s.

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