Jobs aplenty at GDC’s Career Pavilion in San Francisco [ABC7]

“News that three scantily clad dancers at one supposedly professional after-hours party last week caused a backlash that demonstrates the growing voice of women within the traditionally male-dominated video game industry”
Backlash over scantily clad women at game developers party [Chron]

“Ten years have passed and the neighborhood has been very good to us… Tell everyone we will be open for the near future and with hope, any new owners will keep up the good work.”
Alamo Square Market & Deli For Sale [Haighteration]

“According to one of the evicted patrons, “four big straight men” hurled derogatory slurs at the two women shortly after the March for Marriage Equality. When the duo responded, the bar management kicked them out instead of said dudes.”
Zeitgeist, Noted Mission Bar, Accused Of Homophobia Toward Patrons [SFist]

“The average ticket price currently this season is $80.27, which is up 6.42 percent from 2012 at this time ($75.43).”
Giants, A’s ticket prices on the upswing [Biz Times]

“The new loan limit per borrower is $35,000, up from $25,000, as the company finds growing lender interest in the peer-to-peer lending asset class.”
Prosper boosts loan limit as new CEO reshapes operations [Biz Times]

“Authors Guild president and best-selling novelist Scott Turow is condemning Amazon.com’s purchase of Goodreads, a leading book recommendation website.”
Writers Blast Amazon Purchase Of San Francisco-Based Goodreads [CBS5]

“Reader Elena C. sent in the pic above of a survey sent to neighbors of 770 Haight Street, where interior filming will apparently occur this Wednesday. The survey is credited to Mission St. Productions, which lists HBO as an officer.”
HBO Pilot Filming on Haight Street This Week [Haighteration]

“The financial aftermath of the tiger attack nearly wiped out the zoo. It had to spend millions on facility upgrades and legal fees related to the incident. Attendance also plummeted. During the 2007-08 fiscal year, the institution lost nearly $2 million, according to tax records.”
SF Zoo showing signs of bright future years after setbacks [Ex]

“If it works out, he said, a logo will be developed that owners of the legacy establishments can put in the window, similar to the “Zagat Rated” logos displayed all over town.”
San Francisco legacy bars: a toast [Chron]

“In the unfortunate event their accreditation is revoked, there is a real possibility that City College would be a shell”
What if CCSF loses its accreditation? [Chron]

“Maybe you just want a backyard to grow lettuces and raise chickens. Perhaps you have an urge to gut-renovate and live the “This Old House” life. “
What You Need To Know About Buying a Home: Part One [Curbed]

“Large building last used as a church. 2 retail spaces in front and a large theater with a balcony and very high ceilings.”
Harding Theater Available For $4.2 Million [Haighteration]

“The Securities and Exchange Commission has sent letters stating it will not take action against FundersClub and AngelList, two San Francisco businesses that have come up with novel ways to help accredited investors invest — sort of — in startups.”
SEC won’t target two crowdfunding innovators [Biz Times]

the author

Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

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