This makes four Trader Joe's in the city.
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Also, Americans aren't nearly as drunk as most of the world.
Unless the community goes crazy for some reason, Trader Joe's should be opening there in 2012.
Also, Two-Buck Chuck wins a prize, and much more, in this week's wine-news roundup.
The kitschy, mid-century grocery store will get renovated starting in January.
They're finally giving up on Noe and Market, the former Tower Records.
The Market & Noe center is back in play, and Trader's is making an end run to the Planning Commission in April.
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Apparently, this is a must-miss.
Both the Richmond and Castro stores will be closed within weeks.
The City wants the stores to put in paid parking to discourage drivers, but won't nightmarish parking lots be enough of a discouragement?
Also, some more details about B3.
A new list gives the green light to seafood buying at Target, Whole Foods, and Safeway.
Imported pine nuts, particularly from China, contain a mild toxin that causes a strange bitter taste that lasts for several days.
After three years of vacancy, the former Tower Records space is getting a new tenant.
Plus: Issac Mizrahi, cheesecake expert, and Greenpeace goes after Trader Joe's, all in our morning news roundup.