It's nearly impossible for me now to pinpoint the exact moment my own dream of pop stardom died. That phase seemed to fade interminably, the way adult contemporary songs do. But I'm sure I've been a better music fan because of it. No longer do I measure my feeble songwriting efforts against my favor ... More >>
San Francisco, oddly enough, has something of a rich history when it comes to conservative talk-radio hosts. Who can forget the memorable international affair involving our own Michael Savage, who was banned from entering the United Kingdom in 2009 because of his right-wing statements on the air? ... More >>
UPDATE 10:53 a.m.; 01.25.08: We've just been informed that Ward H. Bushee has been named editor in chief and vice president of the San Francisco Chronicle. As foretold, Bushee comes from Gannett Company, having served as editor in chief of The Arizona Republic. Bushee takes over the position Feb. 1. ... More >>
Protocols of Zion takes a hard look at those who fear Jews
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Four decades after it was rescued from a storage shed, Diego Rivera's magnificent City College mural remains a hidden treasure
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