Darondo, a once-forgotten hero of Bay Area soul who lived a colorful life and saw a renewed interest in his music in recent years, died yesterday, according to his label, Ubiquity Records. He was 67. Darondo's best-known song was "Didn't I," a moody, aching ballad that showed off the singer's sweet ... More >>
Here's the thing about government: It governs you, which means you can't treat the community like your own personal playground.But like many Occupiers, Cesar Aguirre, 24, of Elk Grove, learned this the hard way today when a jury convicted him of trashing the Oakland Police Internal Affairs and Recr ... More >>
Week of 1-17-2007
The Economist asks: "Is California Back?" Contra Costa County wonders: "Were we gone?"
The long-running pro-bike protest known as Critical Mass is a form of ritual self-abuse that hurts the cause of city cycling
Why do San Francisco emergency workers live so far away?