A&E: SF around the Internet


San Francisco is a city famous for its arts and culture. So what's been going Friday? Check out the links below.

Rent hikes are threatening places like The Roxie Theater and Green Apple Books, but declaring these buildings as landmarks could save them from going out of business. (Bloomberg Businessweek)

Navigating San Francisco's tech startup scene can be daunting. Here's a guide to help you on your visit. (Reuters)

Have you ever wondered what the most checked-out library books are in San Francisco? Spoiler alert: A lot of them are children's books. (SFGate)

Chad Robertson, head of the Tartine restaurant empire, has some big plans. (7×7)

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