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1997 Stories by Matt Smith

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  • Sails Pitch

    published June 11, 1997

    In sport more than elsewhere, pedigree can make all the difference. No matter how hard you train, no matter how technically advanced your... More >>

  • Queen of Sixth Street

    published May 21, 1997

    The Palace The south wall of Room 234 of the Baldwin House Hotel, a musty residential hotel on Sixth Street, south of Market, is graced... More >>

  • PG&E Is All Charged Up

    published May 14, 1997

    Quietly, yet relentlessly, PG&E Corp., the mammoth San Francisco-based utility that supplies gas and electricity to most of Northern California,... More >>

  • Dog Bites

    published May 7, 1997

    Peruvian Chopping Expedition The shopping's great in Peru again now that the government has freed hostages from the Japanese ambassador's... More >>

  • Life Cycle

    published April 30, 1997

    At 10:15 a.m. Saturday, Fulton Street near St. Ignatius Church was lousy with traffic: Road Kings; Electra Glides; Dyna Superglides; Low Rider... More >>

  • Fewer Pen Pals

    published April 23, 1997

    While owning a tall stack of skin magazines is hardly a mark of wealth and taste in the civilian world, in the joint, it can make you a... More >>

  • Asphalt Field of Dreams

    published April 16, 1997

    The most urbane RV park in the world sits just eight blocks south of Union Square and a short walk from San Francisco Bay. This park doesn't offer... More >>

  • Mulch

    published April 9, 1997

    Kaiser Gets Messed With ... in Texas Kaiser Permanente, already under attack from regulators in the Bay Area, is waging another fierce... More >>

  • Bankers Book Bucks

    published April 2, 1997

    The crowd at a recent meeting of the San Francisco Literary Society was atwitter about the possible motives of the Lady Macbeth character in... More >>

  • Rural Renewal

    published March 12, 1997

    Retired cemetery maintenance man Ray Balcioni cherishes life on the rustic eastern slope of Bernal Heights, where he has lived for 60 years. Of... More >>

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