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15 Things To Do This Week — March 20th To March 29th

Beatles, Farmers Markets, Kinetic Circus, and a Haiku Tunnel? 15 things to do, and many are free!

03/19/2015

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Magnitude 6.6 Earthquake Strikes Near Indonesia

A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck the Molucca Sea region Tuesday afternoon.

03/17/2015

420 MD medical marijuana clinic. (CBS)

Bay Area Medical Marijuana Clinics Allegedly Run By Organized Criminal Enterprise Still Running

Seven suspects, including two doctors, have been charged so far. Despite the serious criminal allegations, we found the operation hasn’t slowed down.

03/17/2015

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None Of The Above: Survey Finds San Francisco 2nd Most Religiously Unaffiliated Metro Area

A newly-released survey finds the largest religious affiliation in the San Francisco metropolitan area is no affiliation, with a third of people saying they are unaffiliated.

03/16/2015

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Ocean Oxygen ‘Dead Zones’ Causing Drop In Fish Numbers, Diversity Off West Coast

Concerned that low-oxygen dead zones in the Pacific off the West Coast are getting more common as the climate changes, scientists are looking at how commercially valuable fish are reacting.

03/16/2015

A sea lion pup. (NOAA)

Number Of Stranded Sea Lion Pups On California Beaches Spiking To New High

Federal scientists say the number of sea lion pups stranded on California beaches is spiking and is now higher than the total for all of 2013, the last time large numbers of pups starved.

03/16/2015

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Focus On Diversity In San Francisco Tech Companies

Shellye Archambeau is the CEO of MetricStream and one of the world’s most influential African American women in technology.

03/16/2015

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San Francisco Exec Advises Students To Leverage Their Business Acumen

Jay Banfield is the executive director of Year Up Bay Area and former Assistant Treasurer for the City and County of San Francisco.

03/16/2015

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Make A Career Out Of Your Passion, Says San Francisco Health Care Admin

San Francisco students majoring in a health care-related program are expected to have many job opportunities upon graduation.

03/16/2015

This funduscopic image reveals the effects of late neuro-ocular syphilis on the optic disk and retina. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Cases Of Ocular Syphilis In San Francisco And Other West Coast Cities Increasing

Health officials in California are warning primary care and eye doctors to be on the lookout for ocular syphilis, as clusters of the disease hit San Francisco and other West Coast cities.

03/11/2015

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