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1997 Stories by John Mecklin

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  • The Grid

    published December 17, 1997

    Money, Flubs, and Lawyers Amid the tens of thousands of words Bay Area scribes have written about Eddie DeBartolo's recent legal troubles,... More >>

  • The Grid

    published October 29, 1997

    The Grid Endorses! You Must Obey! For several decades, San Franciscans were told, over and over by pols and the press, that our former... More >>

  • The Grid

    published October 15, 1997

    If Cats Were Kids, and Dogs Delinquents Likewise, no juvenile walks into the Youth Guidance Center, San Francisco's juvenile hall, without... More >>

  • Daring Daylght Merger

    published September 17, 1997

    Over the past many months, I've enjoyed watching University of California regents and administrators make up reasons for giving away a... More >>

  • The Grid

    published September 3, 1997

    Gavi-Davi-Pyyeeewwww Back in March, Supervisor Susan Leal got into a tangle with a new board colleague, restaurateur Gavin Newsom, who was... More >>

  • The Grid

    published August 20, 1997

    The Map of Kaufman Anyone who has attended a San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting knows what it is like to be bored by the board.... More >>

  • The Grid

    published August 6, 1997

    Campus High Jinks Euphemism is an important political tool. No one but a naif should expect a president (for example) to acknowledge that... More >>

  • The Grid

    published July 23, 1997

    Missionary Position Across China Basin Channel from our stylish new offices is a gritty triangle of land bounded by the channel and Third... More >>

  • The Grid

    published July 9, 1997

    Sly Finance An advertisement in the Wall Street Journal last month was cheesy enough, even by advertising standards, to be worthy of note.... More >>

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