Illustration by Andrew J. Nilsen
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If a tree falls in Glen Canyon Park, does anyone hear it? Yes — but what they make of it depends entirely on personal politics.
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Trying to keep BART stations clean is akin to bailing out the Titanic with a shot glass.
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In public schools, there is such a thing as a free lunch. In San Francisco, it might even come with a free iPad.
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One dusky June evening, a woman was reportedly jogging with her small, off-leash dog deep in Glen Canyon Park when a coyote snatched the pooch... More >>
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When Mary Moore began protesting Bohemian Grove's annual schmooze-a-thon and its nuclear repercussions in 1981, Occupy mastermind Micah White... More >>
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Every night when Juma Muhammad comes home, his wife scrubs his wheelchair's wheels with bleach before he rolls through the door. It keeps him... More >>
Illustration by Andrew J. Nilsen with photo by Joseph... More >>
San Francisco public school students haven't eaten fresh-cooked cafeteria food since the Reagan era. In fact, many schools no longer have... More >>
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