S.F. Buzz: New Terminator To Film In The City & More

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As the adage goes, news travels fast. And, in a city as socially connected as S.F., "fast" doesn't even cut it — try lightning speed. That's why we local editors work around the clock to keep our eyes on the prize and ears to the ground, to bring forth the buzziest and freshest headlines in and around our city. From a hot new brewery in the works to an even cooler way to grab your coffee, here's everything you need to know this week.
If we had to draft a list of complaints about the Dolores Park bathrooms, too-much space wouldn’t exactly be on top of it. But, for those who have a weird reversed version of claustrophobia, there’s the “pPod.” Expect to see open-air urinals pop up at the park in the future. (Mission Mission)
If just hearing the name Devil's Teeth Baking Company gets you salivating, then you’re going to want to hear about owner Hilary Passman Cherniss’ next venture. She’s sticking to her favorite hood to bring us a brewery, so get ready to clink glasses at the Sunset Resevoir Brewing Company this fall. (SF Gate)
Let’s be real, we don’t always have the time to wait in long lines and slowly sip down piping-hot lattes. Blue Bottle is helping us solve this coffee conundrum with carton-packaged versions of its New Orleans style iced coffee that will be available in shops within the next couple of weeks, and Whole Foods by May. Also? They're kind of adorable. (Eater SF)
If there’s anyone who can pull off an orange floral suit, it’s our S.F. editor, Angela Tafoya. She posed for sartorial snaps and spilled some fun facts for a feature in Amour Vert. We learned that she formed a green club in college but, we’re still afraid her hot looks could be contributing to global warming. (Amour Vert)
We didn’t know that when Arnold Schwarzenegger said, "I’ll be back," that he meant to S.F., but it looks like the ex-Gov is coming to our city to film the next episode of the Terminator franchise. Hmm, will there a techie plot twist? He plays a robot, after all! (The Bold Italic)

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