“one dues-paying HAIA member we spoke with said that HAIA was never asked to take a vote or express its position on Bacon Bacon, and that Mr. Loewenberg’s opinion was strictly his own. “
Bacon Saga Continues [Uppercasing]

“The odd part is that attorney Ryan Patterson, who is representing the complaining neighbor, is pushing for the store to reopen. He said he thought there was an agreement in place Friday. The idea was that Angelus would fix the exhaust fan, restrict his hours to 8 p.m. and try to keep the dogs of customers from barking too much.”
Bacon Bacon close raises quite a stink [Chron]

“A union representative said fans can expect to see concession workers who sell beer, popcorn and other food at the ballpark to be walking picket lines instead of the bleachers within a few weeks. “
AT&T Park Concession Workers Threaten Strike [KCBS]

“Rosenthal emphasized that there were no layoffs during last year’s merger or as part of this current move”
“One powerful newsroom” pulls back from its San Francisco roots [SFBG]

“Led by CEO and Chairman Riley Bechtel, the company finished big refinery expansions in the United States and Thailand, and also a large copper concentrator in Peru.”
Bechtel Corp. revenue rises to $37.9 billion in 2012 [Biz Times]

“With a debt collective members estimate to be $100,000, members of the Modern Times Bookstore Collective told supporters at a meeting last week that the 41-year-old bookstore may have to close its doors in September.”
Modern Times Bookstore In Debt, Seeking Community Support [ML@L]

“Chronicle journalists are now advised not to refer to a person as “illegal” or as an “alien;” instead, “illegal” should only be used in describing the means by which they entered the country, and only with proper attribution.”
San Francisco Chronicle changes style on ‘illegal immigrant’ [Poynter]

“Protesters from San Francisco risked arrest in Washington D.C. Monday — they want bankers jailed over what happened with the foreclosure crisis.”
Bay Area residents in DC protest against banks [ABC7]

“It’s with regret that Grub Street announces the closure of our local blogs outside of New York, in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Boston. “
Grub Street SF Shuttered [Grub]

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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