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Connecting the Dots: Top news stories for Wednesday, May 2, 2012
(Mercury News) // May Day rallies in Oakland and San Francisco Tuesday brought out union members, Occupy protestors, and police. At least 50 protestors were arrested across the region...
(NY Times) // Status update: Facebook is encouraging organ donors to go public in a new 'Health and Wellness' section...
(WS Journal) // Speaking of going public, Facebook administrators will be hitting the road next week to woo investors before its likely May 18 IPO...
(SF Gate) // Not so melodious are the sounds being broadcast outside San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium every night. Managers there have created a playlist of 'industrial noises' to drive away the homeless who regularly sleep outside the facility...
(Mercury News) // Another uncomfortable place to sleep is prison, where the San Rafael teen accused of stealing celebrity chef Guy Fieri's Lamborghini may find himself. He will be tried as an adult for numerous felonies, including attempted murder.