Sure we've seen gas for four-and-change in Cambria and other places up the coast. But this Chevron, with the spankin' new slightly-altered logo signage, was caught in Chinatown on Sunday.

The Times noted that “the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular climbed 7.7 cents to $3.685 — the biggest increase and the highest average in the country.”

by the way, there's lots of fun graphs and charts to be had at the Department of Energy's Prices and Trends page, like This Week In Petroleum, and Gasoline and Diesel Prices. Or look back at “Historical Energy Data,” where you can revisit those magical days of under a buck gas in 1998.

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