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Help Rebuild the Iconic Land's End Labyrinth

You might remember that the iconic Land's End labyrinth was destroyed by heartless creatures earlier this month, leaving not a single rock behind for the hundreds who flock to the location to find a little peace and serenity. But now, the caretaker of the labyrinth has picked a rebuild date.

Anonymous Artist Installs Seats on Bike Racks Around SF

Mid-Market is looking a little brighter this week thanks to the addition of 12 new artist-made "chairs" hanging from circular bike racks. 

You Can Now Buy an Entire Spanish Village for Less Than an SF Apartment

Here is one more for your list of amazing real estate options that are cheaper than a San Francisco apartment: You can now buy an entire village in Spain for less than a down payment on a house in Bayview. 

USS Oakland: Navy’s Newest Warship Named After the Town

Oakland's vibrant culture and busy port are getting recognition from an unlikely source: the U.S. Navy. 

1915 Model T Ends Cross-Country Trip in San Francisco

You might have thought you stepped back in time yesterday afternoon as men in turn of the century wares greeted a 1915 Ford Model T in front of the Palace of Fine Arts. 

Those Nasty Carpets on BART Are Now a Thing of the Past

The smelly days of stained, commuter trodden, and allegedly flea-ridden carpets on BART officially end this week. 

Secret Recipe: Chile Pies' Country Peach Pie and Pie Shake

What in the world could be more heavenly than a Pie Shake—a piece of your favorite pie blended with ice cream and milk and then slurped through a straw?

New Pop-Up Offers Couples Therapy + Dinner in the Dark

Things not going so well between you and bae? Why not treat them to a nice dinner/therapy session in a dark basement? 

Foodie Agenda: Pop-Up Chop Shop + Calavera Opens

Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit! 

First Woman Ever Swims from Farallon Islands to Golden Gate Bridge

A San Francisco resident became the first woman to swim the shark-infested waters from the Farallon Islands to the Golden Gate Bridge this weekend. 

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