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A new state Senate bill on highway safety is being pitched as a vital public health solution.
The first incumbent-free race for San Francisco district attorney in decades has some strong candidates stepping up to the plate.
No arrests have been made.
Committees have the power to move or change legislation before reaching the full board, as seen in the recent clash over the Free City College charter amendment.
Shannon and the Clams, Oakland's favorites and last year's headliners, return as well — as does trashy-fabulous host John Waters.
Tom Guido was found stabbed inside his home on Monday in what became a murder-suicide — and the man was more than beloved on the '90s scene.
In this new musical — at Berkeley Rep through Feb. 24 — there's so much going on plot-wise that much else gets swallowed up.
This late-1930s WPA map, at a scale of one inch to 100 feet, was part of the Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island. It's never been exhibited in full since.