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

An online petition circulated asking Uber's CEO to add an in-app tipping function for drivers, but it fell just shy of its goal of 14,000 signatures. (SFist)

An art installation on Bernal Hill features two chairs and a desk engraved with 36 questions. Take a friend and enjoy the views and get to know each other a little better. (Bernalwood)

Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro will close for another redesign after the recent reconfiguration of pedestrian crossings and new asphalt paving left residents dissatisfied. (Hoodline)

Take a look at this black-and-white time lapse of S.F. that feels like a movie trailer. (The Bold Italic)

San Francisco's new Navigation Center will open in March and give the homeless around the clock access to living quarters and other amenities while center staff help them find permanent housing. (San Francisco Public Press)

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