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EaterWire: Joe’s of Westlake Protests; Nopalito Disses HBO’s "Ripoff"

EaterWire: Joe's of Westlake Protests; Nopalito Disses HBO's "Ripoff"

DALY CITY—The employees of long-running Joe's of Westlake, which is being closed for a revamp from the Original Joe's family, aren't happy, saying they were denied severance pay or any other post-closure financial [Read entire story]

49ers-Seahawks injury report: Percy Harvin sits, Carlos Rogers, Will Tukuafu again limited

49ers-Seahawks injury report: Percy Harvin sits, Carlos Rogers, Will Tukuafu again limited

The 49ers and Seahawks released their Thursday practice participation reports. We break down what some of the changes and non-changes mean. Fooch's Update: Carlos Rogers was on KNBR this evening, and had this to [Read entire story]

Russell Johnson, ‘Gilligan’ professor, dies

Actor Russell Johnson, who became known to generations of TV fans as "The Professor," the fix-it man who kept his fellow "Gilligan's Island" castaways supplied with gadgets, has died. Mr. Johnson was a busy but [Read entire story]

New developer revives stalled $200 million Fremont mall

The Globe mall in Fremont will eventually total 450,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and cultural spaces, plus a 12-story, 248-room hotel that will have views of San Francisco Bay and be visible from Interstate 880. [Read entire story]

Curbed Cuts: San Francisco vs. Seattle Real Estate; Developing Hunters Point; More!

Curbed Cuts: San Francisco vs. Seattle Real Estate; Developing Hunters Point; More!

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week. SAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE— The sports nerds can't stop talking about Sunday's big NFL game, [Read entire story]

The Shutter: DK Wings, Douglas Keane’s chicken-wing outpost,…

The Shutter: DK Wings, Douglas Keane's chicken-wing outpost,...

DK Wings, Douglas Keane's chicken-wing outpost, opened in the new Graton Resort and Casino in Rohnert Park about two months ago, but something about the gamble didn't pay off. The restaurant closed abruptly this week, [Read entire story]

Google Buses Reportedly Being Watched By Security Guards

Google Buses Reportedly Being Watched By Security Guards

As the corporate shuttle backlash turns from protest to street theater to actual violence, Google has apparently sent out an extra set of eyes to watch over employees as they catch their buses down to Mountain View. [ [Read entire story]

"Swiss Cheese Perv" Arrested: Cops

Police say they have [Read entire story]

49ers vs. Seahawks: Joe Staley talks CenturyLink Field noise

49ers vs. Seahawks: Joe Staley talks CenturyLink Field noise

Joe Staley had a chance to discuss crowd noise in a national conference call on Thursday. We break down what the noise in Seattle means for Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers offensive line. The San Francisco 49ers head into [Read entire story]

Kap Helps Young Designer

Kap Helps Young Designer

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick was recently blasted for his wardrobe. But a look into his outfit reveals the NFL star was helping out a young fashion designer.Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]

Bloomberg briefing

Chris Struhar, an engineering manager at Facebook, on a new feature designed to boost the visibility of popular content. Heads up The U.S. Commerce Department reports December housing starts on Friday, and economists [Read entire story]

PUC blocks effort to enhance cell phone privacy

The state Public Utilities Commission blocked a move Thursday to update telephone privacy protection rules enacted back when cellular phones were the size of bricks. The commission's 3-2 vote denied a petition by three [Read entire story]

Walmart joins farmworker initiative on pay, work conditions

Improve lives"Through this collaboration, not only will thousands of hard-working farmworkers see concrete improvements to their lives, but millions of consumers will learn about the Fair Food Program and of a better way [Read entire story]

Mortgage rates fall on subpar jobs report

U.S. mortgage rates fell after a weaker-than-expected jobs report drove investors to the safety of the government bonds that guide borrowing costs. The U.S. in December gained the fewest jobs in two years, Labor [Read entire story]

Employees face growing pressure to relax

[...] a major source of stress on U.S. workers right now is the onslaught of data about the costs of being so stressed and sleep-deprived. While TV pundits love to cast the U.S. as a nation of takers, the reality is [Read entire story]

The money spigot seems to be on again

The proposed $1.1 trillion (yes, trillion) federal budget, crafted to ensure quick passage to avoid another government shutdown, manages to please everyone just a little with pork, pork, pork for various districts and [Read entire story]

Why zombies aren’t ballerinas

The theatrical troupe presented this story, which was published in a collection called "We Live in Water," as part of its Off the Page series, which gives audiences a glimpse of a work in production. There was much talk [Read entire story]

Which movies to see this weekend, Jan. 17

The Invisible Woman Strong performances and tasteful, intelligent direction highlight this well-made period piece, about the enduring romance between married Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes, who also directed) and [Read entire story]

‘The Girls in the Band’ review: Women’s struggle to horn in

"The Girls in the Band" is a documentary that tells the story of women who worked in big bands and as jazz instrumentalists, through contemporary interviews and archival footage. Aside from during the period of World [Read entire story]

Review, ‘G.B.F.’: Sweet teen film with gay theme

[...] this cleverly scripted, crowd-pleasing teen comedy proves to be more than that: The sweet-natured story centers on Tanner, a high school doormat who soars to the A list when the three most popular girls compete to [Read entire story]