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

BART's hourlong Twitter forum in early March answered questions about crowding, cleanliness and pricing. (SF Public Press)

The Grateful Dead is reportedly considering playing a few Bay Area shows leading up to the band's final performances in Chicago this summer. (SFist)

The S.F. Boys and Girls Clubs and the Exploratorium have developed a parklet exhibit about water and sustainable water use on Valencia Street. (Mission Local)

Daylighting is making Tenderloin streets safer for pedestrians, but inconveniencing drivers. (CBS5)

An S.F. crowdfunding site has joined forces with YouTubers the Vlogbrothers. (San Francisco Business Times)

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