What does it look like ... he's workingâ€‹Federal bureaucrats traveling to San Francisco will be getting a little extra cash to wine and dine themselves.Feds will soon be allowed to spend $221 a day on food, drink, and hotels -- money that's coming from taxpayers, according to the General Services A ... More >>
Beth Schapiroâ€‹Our cover story this week that analyzes research conducted by the Atlanta-based Schapiro Group, which claims to track incidents of juvenile prostitution.The problem is that the claim is based on a seriously flawed methodology -- the numbers presented to news outlets as hard statist ... More >>
A guide to television coverage of the enhanced drama and athleticism of the 2004 Alternolympics
... the medical establishment doesn’t want you to have. Yet.
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Capitalizing on last year's success at Sundance, two S.F. filmmakers take on a new project with Doonesburycreator Garry Trudeau.
An inexpensive community production may be the best show currently playing in Berkeley
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