I've started noticing green dispensers for The Onion around town...but they're empty...Anyone know the details?

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It's copies of a version with Santa Fe ads, you gotta get em quick, as they're pretty popular, but they seem to be printing once a week, released on Thursdays, I think.
Where are the dispensers?  I used to read the Onion all the time in college (UW-Madison). 
the one near flying star in nob hill seems to be empty a lot, but I noticed one at mannie's a couple of weeks ago and it had a number of copies in it.
I found The Onion at Sunflower on Lomas/San Mateo.
They announced a few weeks back that they were going to start distributing in Santa Fe.

Monroe's Restaurant at 1520 Lomas Blvd NW (downtown) or 6051 Osuna Rd NE (uptown) has a plethera of copies available.

I found some at O'Niell's Pub today.  They are in the wooden rack just inside the door where you also find the Alibi and other local publications.

For downtowners, there is a rack at 4th and Silver, next to the SF Reporter, Weekly Alibi and IQ boxes.

Also right out front of the Gold Street Caffé, on 3rd and Gold.

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