S.F. Buzz: Tim Burton Takes Over North Beach & More

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If you were to take a quick look at us right now, you’d see us jumping up and down, clasping our hands together, welcoming the weekend. It’s a three-day stretch, folks — and you bet we’re sending off “summer” right with a jam-packed parade of activities. But, before we zoom out the door, we’ve collected the best headlines to devour of the week that was. Have at ‘em!
It looks like S.F. is the setting for yet another high-profile movie. This time director Tim Burton is using our city as his backdrop, tricking it out to look and feel like the ‘50s. (SFist)
Studio O+A, the design firm behind many swanky tech offices, has just opened a store-slash-showroom of sorts. The welcoming, small space, Bureau, is a must-see for quirky buys. (New York Times)
Star fashion sighting of the year, anyone? Miuccia Prada was spotted dining at Kokkari last week. (Tablehopper)
Uh-oh! Some major shake-ups are happening in the Silicon Valley social circle. Google co-founder Sergey Brin has left his wife and co-Googler, Anne Wojcicki, for Amanda Rosenberg — Google Glass’ marketing manager. (Gawker)
It’s here! Bay Area Bike Share has arrived and just in time for the long weekend. Can we get a collective woohoo?! (7x7)

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