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

Officials are trying to figure out when they should schedule a three-day closure of the Presidio Parkway to complete construction. (Contra Costa Times)

Is the San Francisco dive bar dead? (7×7)

Buyout firm Apollo Global Management LLC is in advanced talks to buy most of the assets of Digital First Media, publisher of The San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune and Contra Costa Times, as well as other newspapers. (Reuters)

Vice rode along with the SFPD's only mental health liaison. (Vice)

Leap Transit, a private bus service with on-board WiFi and café-like seating, has launched its line running between downtown San Francisco and the Marina. (San Francisco Business Times)

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