To the Newsracks!
It was a cold, crisp, bright Saturday afternoon, and I was happy. Bill Clinton would suffer awhile longer. House... More >>
Merry Christmas to Emilio Cruz, Amos Brown, and Especially Willie Brown Jr.
The look and feel of the city -- the skaters at... More >>
For years now, I've enjoyed reading an intelligent little politics and policy magazine called The Washington Monthly, founded... More >>
The Weasels Behind the Headlines
Editors' letters may be the funniest pieces of journalism published on a regular basis in America. No, I'm... More >>
Chronicle of Failure
One wonders what it would take for the San Francisco Chronicle to publish negative news about Willie Brown. Perhaps if... More >>
They Endorse; We Demand
Stare at the watch. The watch is swinging. Back and forth. Forth and back. The Grid commands. You must obey.... More >>
Have You Heard the News?
Every so often, the Grid discovers that journalists thousands of miles away have dug up information that would... More >>
The Newsrack Non-Problem
There's a loony little paper called SF Frontlines that takes great joy in proclaiming that SF Weekly has committed... More >>
Because I'm an editor, from time to time I hire writers. During their first few days on the job, they all seem to want to... More >>
Susan Leal, the new city treasurer, is answering questions in precisely measured speech informed with a certain degree of... More >>
However badly you have mangled your personal finances -- however often you have used one maxed-out credit card to make... More >>
San Francisco loves to remind itself that it's a union town. Unions are powerful here, we like to claim. We are... More >>
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