5 Things To Know This AM — Sep 30 2011

Following a big fire on its block earlier this week, Three Twins Ice Cream in the Haight will be out of business for a few months, but might host some pop-up parlors. (Eater SF)
There's a new app that chronicles famous local chefs' favorite dishes around town. (Grub Street San Francisco)
After almost going bankrupt, the Asian Art Museum is going to focus on more modern, pop culture-driven exhibits. (NY Times)
How did the Bare Escentuals empire come to be? Find out in this profile of Marin-based founder Leslie Blodgett. (SF Gate)
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Read up on public art project Papergirl SF, which will deliver hundreds of art prints to unsuspecting local passerby on October 29th. (7x7)
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