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    • What will 'Normal' Look Like After S.F. Fully Reopens? (BizTimes)
    • Will Tech Workers Go Back to Their Cubicles? (SFChron)
    • Will Crowds Return to Moscone Center? (SFExaminer)
    • Keep Your Mask--You'll Need it for Fire Season (Berkeleyside)
    • S.F. Gets Closer to Keeping Parklets (MissionLocal)
    • S.F. and 'Poverty Tows' (SFChron)
    • Manny's Hit with Anti-Semitic Graffiti (Patch)
    • The Goat Lady of Potrero Hill (SFGate)
    • Commentary: COVID's Lessons on Cities, Work, and Social Cohesion (Commonwealth)
    • Commentary: SMART Needs to Bring Back Riders (MarinIJ)
    • Commentary: Hyperloops Cheaper Because it Can be Built Along Highways? (Bloomberg)

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