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05 Feb 2020

Speaker Pelosi Let ‘er Rip!

By Sunny Dell It started with a handshake snub. It ended on a tear. Some have compared the antics of Tuesday’s State of the Union address to a playground fight between 10-year-olds. Fair enough, sort of. There’s some room for argument that we need at least one adult left in

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18 Dec 2018

All the things that Died in 2018

In 2018 it became impossible to ignore that Salesforce not only bought a massive portion of our downtown, but also forever altered our city’s skyline.  Now every time I look at that glowing, corporate spike in the sky, (which is visible from nearly everywhere in the city now) I just think of all the empty storefronts bellow it

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20 Nov 2020

100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,

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19 Apr 2018

Barbara Bush: “Beautiful Mind” or “Amazing Racist”? Maybe Both.

The matriarch of the Bush family dynasty died Tuesday night at the age of 92, surrounded by the very loved ones she fiercely protected in life. The tributes immediately began pouring in Wednesday morning from all ends of the political spectrum, many of which celebrated her strength – and no

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03 Oct 2017

Good Bye Tom Petty

  You’d think that writing this piece on Tom Petty would be easy.  An homage to a man who created so many years of fantastic music. An impossible dreamer who refused to subscribe himself to the conventional narratives of giving up on what he wanted to do. A voice conveyed

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06 May 2016

Farewell to One of San Francisco’s Great Connectors

Guest post by Genie Gratto During the eight years I’ve lived in the Bay Area, I’ve watched San Francisco become a city where everyone is increasingly less connected to each other. It’s not just that it’s getting more expensive, it’s that it’s so easy to work remotely from a laptop

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25 Mar 2016

Gary Shandling Films ‘It’s Great That Gary Shandling is Still Alive’, & then Dies of Heart Attack

Gary Shandling was what they call ‘an envelope pushing’ comedian.  He contributed a lot to the development of American comedy on television.  He was best known for his HBO series ‘The Larry Sander’s Show“, a show unlike anything before it.  A show about making a show, it really laid the foundation

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