Matt Sussman

The Daily Blurgh: Our coffee cup runneth over, dope unions, anti-food porn

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

Coffee stand run by bikini-clad, male baristas to open in Castro?

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A tour of the city's most unappetizing menu photos.

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Say it ain't so, SFist! Adobe Books to possibly close?

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The Daily Blurgh: Nasty surf, follicle fetishism

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

Could it have been the public urination? ING pulls out as Bay to Breakers sponsor.
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Better wear a wetsuit (and then some). Santa Cruz's Cowell Beach voted second worst California beach in terms of water quality.

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The meme generation

Video Issue: Glee and contrivance mark the celebration as YouTube turns five

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The Daily Blurgh: Out of Bolivia, park-ing lessons

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

Today in animals: Former circus lions from Bolivia plan SF stopover before cold chillin' the rest of their days away in sunny San Andreas, crocodile mummies are returned to UC Berkeley, and the American Kennel Club allows mutts (aka "All Americans") to compete in their own category.

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The Daily Blurgh: Blue in the face, Twain lives

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

Blue is beautiful, but Yves Klein's International Klein Blue is especially so. Local experts explain why.

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John Mark Karr, who falsely confessed to the murder of JonBenet Ramsey in 1996, is back the news. This time, he is the subject of, "an unofficial nationwide manhunt," in the face of allegations that he, "has been trying to create a cult of JonBenet Ramsey lookalikes he is calling 'the Immaculates' — blond girls as young as 4 years old with small feet — and has been threatening harm to one of the girls, whom he used to recruit others and who escaped from his influence." Yikes! And the topper: Karr claims to have had sex reassignment surgery within the past two years.

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The Daily Blurgh: No monkey business from Hollywood

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Boooo! SF-set Planet Of The Apes prequel probably won't be shot in SF.

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Sea lion thinks it's people!

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Something is missing

Hairy Eyeball: Louise Bourgeois, Matt Furie, and Jay Howell fill in some gaps

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Mama's goin' strong. Mama's movin' on. Mama's all alone. Mama doesn't care. Mama? Ma-ma-ma-mama? Mama's very alone (not to mention a bloody mess) in Louise Bourgeois' "Mother and Child," the nonagenarian artist's fifth exhibit at Gallery Paule Anglim.Read more »

The Daily Blurgh: Straight talk and space calcium

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

Local, totally awesome new media experiment 48 H -- a print magazine produced, as its title suggests, in just two days using online social networking and publishing resources -- was sent a cease and desist letter by old media dinosaur CBS, which owns the television news magazine 48 Hours. Come on folks. We're all journalists here. Can't we all just get along?

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The Daily Blurgh: Flipper goes commando and Gidget almost loses it (again)

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

In the near future, Navy Marine Mammals will prevent the next diabolical underwater plot hatched by marine-loving terrorists. In fact, they're doing it off the coast of California right now. Lest you be worried that these aquatic freedom defenders are "canaries in a coalmine" (but in water!), rest assured that, "None of the animals have been harmed in the anti-terrorist work. They never have to carry potentially catastrophic mines."

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The Daily Blurgh: Creepy mannequins, big words

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Curiosities, quirks, oddites, and items from around the Bay and beyond

An ode to the creepy child mannequins of Siegel's Fashions for Men and Boys on Mission.

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