5 Things To Know This AM — Jan 19 2012

The N-Judah was named the most dangerous of the city's MUNI lines. (SF Examiner)
East Bay music act tUnE-yArDs came out on the very top of the Village Voice's revered Pazz & Jop list of the best albums of '11. (HuffPo SF)
Mission spot Heirloom Cafe will start serving a Christopher Hitchens-inspired feast on Sundays. (Eater SF)
S.F. celeb spotting! Susan Sarandon dined at Bistro Boudin, Alice Waters grubbed at Locanda, and John Waters was spotted at The Knockout. (Tablehopper)
Inspired by SOPA, Mark Zuckerberg sent out his first tweet in three years. (Twitter)
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Photo: Via Facebook/tUnE-yArDs
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