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Don't Hate the Player: Are College Athletes Working for a Degree or Working for a Cartel? Don't Hate the Player: Are College Athletes Working for a Degree or Working for a Cartel?

Former UC Berkeley running back Joe Igber has always resisted celebrity. He's never made a Facebook or Twitter profile; his Google trail is just half a page long, starting at… More >>

Crazy Train: There'll Be No Boozing on the 49ers' Gameday Train. Right? Crazy Train: There'll Be No Boozing on the 49ers' Gameday Train. Right?

No sport caters to American passions for drama, hard-hitting action, and daytime drinking like football. Any gathering of like-minded football fans becomes an impromptu tailgate party; reminiscences of past gridiron… More >>

Edge of Darkness: The Dark Room Closes, for Now Edge of Darkness: The Dark Room Closes, for Now

The Dark Room, a black-box theater on Mission, went dark in June, but only temporarily, according to owner Jim Fourniadis. "We just had a run of bad luck," he says,… More >>

Truck Stop: SFO's Solution for Runaway Planes Is a Familiar One for Long-Haulers

A year ago this month, Asiana Flight 214 undershot the runway at San Francisco International Airport, clipped a seawall, and came to rest in several charred pieces. Three young passengers… More >>

Charity Case: Berkeley Is Mandating That Poor People Can Get Free Medical Marijuana. S.F. Is Not on Board. Charity Case: Berkeley Is Mandating That Poor People Can Get Free Medical Marijuana. S.F. Is Not on Board.

Before there was medical marijuana, before there was legalization talk, there was free weed. It began here, and it began with AIDS. There are a few happy stories to come out of… More >>

Without Feathers: The Flap Over Native American Regalia at the Ballpark Reveals a Deeper Hypocrisy Without Feathers: The Flap Over Native American Regalia at the Ballpark Reveals a Deeper Hypocrisy

At your humble narrator's first baseball game, Dwayne Murphy made three scintillating outfield catches, each more breathtaking than the last. But, these 30 years later, the score — or any… More >>

The Snatch: Still Mourning the Slide-Rule

Summer Vacation Could you quit Facebook for 99 days — and still be happy? A new online experiment has riled hardcore social media users by asking anyone and everyone to dump… More >>

SF Weekly Letters July 16-22, 2014

Tick Tick Boom Making bombs and Facebook posts: Huh, well, if the meandering Facebook messages quoted throughout are any indication, I think I might know why nobody wanted to work with… More >>

The Enforcer: Accused Bombmaker Ryan Chamberlain Helped Blow Up San Francisco Politics. And, in the Process, Himself. The Enforcer: Accused Bombmaker Ryan Chamberlain Helped Blow Up San Francisco Politics. And, in the Process, Himself.

You’re reading this. That means we probably don’t know each other anymore, and I owe everyone an explanation. — Ryan Chamberlain A door creaks open in the rear of the 15th-floor… More >>

Imports & Domestics: San Francisco Might Have to Kill Its 1971 Ban on Car-Dwelling Imports & Domestics: San Francisco Might Have to Kill Its 1971 Ban on Car-Dwelling

Utah-born entrepreneur Austen Allred became something of a local folk hero last summer, after living for three months in a two-door Honda Civic while launching his startup in Silicon Valley. "Very… More >>

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