Summer vacay for only $25 a week; Marines finally allowed to tweet; hot dogs are the new unemployment on Thursday, June 11.

Microsoft buys 4,000 cans of chicken noodle soup for SF food banks. Artist uses cans to construct Golden Gate Bridge. Examiner

Wilderness camp offers kids ages 7-12 a week in Santa Cruz Mountains for only $25. Out of work 20-somethings wonder if they could pass.Examiner

Army lifts block on Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr so that soldiers can ‘tell the Army story.” MySpace, YouTube, and Pandora still against the rules. Consumerist

An Inconvenient Snack. New documentary, ‘Food, Inc.’ shines a terrifyingly bright light on food production in the United States. Chron

Trend Alert: Bloodhound offers a remedy for ‘Food, Inc.’ with Porkapalooza. Really KNOW where you’re food comes from after watching it butchered in front of you. Weekly

A Market Street hot dog spot from those who brought us Foreign Cinema? Chron

Somebody actually takes those ‘Best of’ lists seriously: SF Weekly’s best little theater companies fight cute on Youtube. Weekly

David Carradine’s death shines light on a deadly emerging phenomenon, The Kinkicide Chron

Rare prickly shark on display at Monterey Bay aquarium CBS5

CBS5 shows you how to defend yourself from bird attacks in the Financial District CBS5

Patrick Smith’s claim that he was ‘almost shot in the face’ after his show at Slim’s on Monday, may have been a case of exaggerating for effect, after all Degas didn’t paint what he saw he painted what would enable people to see the thing he had. Weekly

El Tonayense Taco Truck forced to move 20 feet away from its spot behind local high school to ensure students will get some exercise on their way to the best burritos in the known universe. Weekly

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