San Francisco News for May 10th 2013

San Francisco International Film Festival Announces Winners
The 56th San Francisco International Film Festival wraps up today, with the winners of Golden Gate Awards, the New Director's Prize, and the FIPRESCI Prize announced last night. You can see the full list of winners and their respective
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San Francisco 49ers fans feeling sentimental about Candlestick
Those old, red and orange seats eventually will be made available for purchase, according to initial plans cited by a spokesman for San Francisco's Recreation and Parks Department. Niners CEO Jed York said fans are bombarding him with questions about More…

Sailboat capsizes in San Francisco Bay, Artemis Racing loses a team member
Le catamaran de l'?quipe su?doise Artemis, qui doit participer cet ?t? ? la Coupe de l'America, a chavir? jeudi dans la baie de San Francisco. L'?quipe perd un marin dans un accident de yacht dangereux / Un catamar?n se volte? durante entrenamientos More…

SF Giants avoid sweep by beating Phillies in 10
SAN FRANCISCO—After sweeping division rival Los Angeles Dodgers, the San Francisco Giants entered Wednesday afternoon's game attempting to avoid being swept by the visiting Philadelphia Phillies. The effort proved to be more work than usual as the More…

Oil industry: BLM prevents job creation in Calif.
SAN FRANCISCO — Leading oil industry groups said Thursday federal land managers are blocking new energy development and job creation by postponing all oil and gas lease auctions on prime public lands in California until October. Officials with the More…

British Olympic sailor killed in San Francisco
The Artemis Racing AC72 catamaran lies capsized after turning over during training in San Francisco Bay, killing Andrew ???Bart??? Simpson, an Olympic gold medalist from Great Britain. Photograph: Jed Jacobsohn/Reuters. Previous Image Next Image. Reuters … More…

Archbishop of San Francisco: Delaware marriage equality 'a serious
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco sharply criticized the state of Delaware on Wednesday, saying the state's new marriage equality law would harm children. “The claim of this bill to redefine marriage is in vain; marriage cannot
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Two Hospitalized At San Francisco Post Office – Business Insider
San Francisco firefighters are responding to a possible hazardous materials situation at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and a nearby post office, a fire department spokeswoman told ABC News. The situation appears to be over. Earlier the
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San Francisco caves over mobile radiation warnings
Residents of the Bay Area won't be bothered by how much radiation their mobile phones produce, now that San Francisco city authorities have backed down from mandatory labeling in the face of legal pressure. The controversial plan would have seen More…

BART may soon ditch bike ban – San Francisco Examiner
Mike Koozmin/2012 S.F. Examiner file photo. Passengers' feelings toward bikes on BART appear to have softened after recent trials; only 23 percent of riders now support keeping current restrictions against bicycles during peak hours.
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San Francisco Giants – TeamReport
MLB Team Report – San Francisco Giants – INSIDE PITCH The Atlanta Braves have hit the most homers in the National League, and the Giants' rotation entered Thursday night's game against the Braves tied for second in the league in most homers allowed. More…

Phils come back, but fail to sweep San Francisco
Phils come back, but fail to sweep San Francisco. San Francisco Giants' Hunter Pence, right, steals second base against Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins during the seventh inning of a baseball game Wednesday. More…

Will San Francisco 49ers Naming Rights Deal Keep Levi's Hip?
When Levi Strauss & Co Levi Strauss & Co. acquired the naming rights for the new stadium that is being built for the NFL's San Francisco 49ers for $220 millionover 20 years, the company went against the big trend in recent years: the denim manufacturer More…

S.F. Airport Terminal Could Be Named After Harvey Milk – RTTNews
San Francisco lawmakers are considering a proposal to name a terminal in the San Francisco International Airport after Harvey Milk. Initially the idea was to name the entire airport after Milk, the first openly gay person to be elected to public office More…

SF Giants CIO: Quit Bellyaching, Start Leading
Listen to San Francisco Giants' CIO Bill Schlough. Wednesday morning at Interop, I attended the InformationWeek CIO summit, "Innovate or Go Home: The CIO's Critical Role in Driving Growth, Opportunity & Breakthrough Ideas," and was fortunate to be able More…

San Francisco Giants – TeamReport
–RHP Ryan Vogelsong has flown under the radar this season thanks to San Francisco Giants fans' fixation on Tim Lincecum's problems. Vogelsong is having a far worse season than Lincecum. There is one similarity between the two right-handers. More…

Applebee's is coming to San Francisco
San Francisco locations of Chevy’s might be dropping like flies over the last several years (for these keeping track, we’re down to one remaining, same as Olive Garden), but the City by the Bay is getting its first Applebee’s. According to liquor … More…

San Francisco Giants fall to Atlanta Braves 6-3
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants have been down this path before with a right-handed starter. It was just last year, in fact. Ryan Vogelsong took a far different road to big league success than Tim Lincecum did, but his early struggles this season have come More…

San Francisco Gasoline Weakens as Shell Martinez Restarts Coker
California-blend gasoline in San Francisco fell 3.5 cents to 27.5 cents a gallon above futures traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange at 2:34 p.m., according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The same fuel in Los Angeles also weakened 3.5 cents, to a More…

Paprika Opens on 24th Street — Grub Street San Francisco
It's a bare-bones, brauhaus with some Czech and German beers.
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