Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP PhotoApple watches have been spotted around S.F. despite the April release date.

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP PhotoApple watches have been spotted around S.F. despite the April release date.

News: SF around the Internet

Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Monday.

The Apple Watch is launching in April, but the devices has already been spotted in the wild around San Francisco. (Know Techie)

This 10-year-old from the Richmond district will compete on Food Network's new show “Kids Baking Championship.” (Richmond SF Blog)

Twitter had architect Olle Lundberg bring 19th century log cabins from Montana to its San Francisco headquarters. (Fast Co Design)

Can Mayor Lee stand up to PG&E in order to bring CleanPowerSF to The City? (48 Hills)

The Castro Street Antique Mall will close this month. (Hoodline)

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