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

Check out the new innovations coming to the Market Street Prototyping Festival in April. (7×7)

Businesses that were displaced by a fire in the Mission two months ago are still trying to figure out if they should rebuild or relocate. (SF Public Press)

An S.F. surgeon used pig ligaments to repair a person's torn ACL. (ABC7)

Some new murals have popped up on the boarded up Christian Science church across from Dolores Park. (Mr Eric Sir)

Nightclub owners made noise at Thursday's Planning Commission meeting over shutdown threats from condo developers. (SFist)

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