S.F. Buzz: Brandon Jew's New Resto & More

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Now that it’s officially October, odds are, you’ve got nothing but pumpkin-filled fall festivities on the brain. Naturally, with planning your ideal Bay Area autumn itinerary your focus might not be centered on the latest tidbits happening around these parts. Never fear, the juiciest bites of news circulating the local webosphere are rounded up for you right here. Get the scoop, and then go back to brainstorming that spooky costume.
Move over MTV, YouTube is set to host its very first music awards (to be aired live!) that will be a whopping 90-minutes long in New York City, come November. Expect the video-sharing site’s top musical users to perform live. (Mashable)
Get ready to start salivating! Former Bar Agricole chef Brandon Jew — who left the resto to start his own — is confirmed to be opening up his Chinese eaterie in (drum roll, please) Chinatown! (Eater SF)
After a hard week’s work, sometimes all we want to do is dip into some steamy suds for a calming soak. Luckily, we can skip the tub and get some real R&R surrounded by nature with DailyCandy’s guide to Bay Area hot springs. (Daily Candy)
Uh oh — looks like San Francisco ballet dancers might be breaking more than just a leg and might also be fracturing ties with the company…claiming lack of respect and bullying is at fault. (The New York Times)
Find yourself at odds with fellow denizens about serious disputes like Bi-Rite ice cream vs. Humphry Slocombe? Yeah, that keeps us up at night, too. Movoto lists S.F.’s 12 biggest debates, so we can mull over where we stand. (Movoto)

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