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  • News

    August 28, 2013
  • Blogs

    February 20, 2012

    New Food Truck Bill Could Kill S.F.'s Street Food Scene

    ​Last Tuesday, Assemblymember Bill Monning (D-Carmel) introduced AB 1678, a bill intended to prevent students from eating their lunch at food trucks instead of the school cafeteria. As it's currently written, AB 1678 would ban food trucks from parking within 1,500 feet of any school. The stat ... More >>

  • News

    January 18, 2012
  • Blogs

    January 9, 2012

    The Nuns' Jennifer Miro: An Appreciation By Jack Boulware

    By JACK BOULWARE [Editor's note: Jack Boulware is the co-author, with Silke Tudor, of Gimme Something Better: The Profound, Progressive, and Occasionally Pointless History of Bay Area Punk from Dead Kennedys to Green Day.] If we're talking the birth of Bay Area punk, there are as many points of vi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 19, 2011

    Paul Nave, "Marin County Assasin," Can't Outlast Boxer Half His Age

    Dan O'NeillPaul Nave got in his shots, but couldn't outpunch Father Time​It turns out there is a grandfather clause in boxing. As in, boxers who are grandfathers seldom win. Paul "The Marin County Assassin" Nave, proud grandpa and celebrant of his 51st birthday tomorrow, stepped into the ring Frid ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 2, 2010

    Gavin For Gov: Who Got Paid?

    Audrey FukumanDon't worry -- the whale was compensated​Last night, we made our initial perusal of Mayor Gavin Newsom's Dostoevskyian, 529-page campaign filing laying out the finances in his failed bid for governor. And while Newsom spent around $700,000 more than he raised in 2009, his campaign pe ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 8, 2009

    New Bottled Iced Teas from Peet's: Rrefreshment Without the Weirdness

    Alfred Peet's tea legacy lives on -- in the fridge. Peet was originally from Holland, and grew up in the coffee and tea trade before opening his first store in Berkeley's Gourmet Ghetto in 1966, long before there was such a thing. Now, just in time for S.F.'s fog-shrouded summer, Peet's bottled iced ... More >>

  • News

    October 24, 2007
  • News

    April 5, 2006

    Technology Disassembled

    A columnist defends himself, blames his bosses, and steps deeper into the ethical morass of accepting gifts

  • News

    March 15, 2006

    The Free Press

    When do gifts to journalists turn into a conflict of interest? When a New York Times writer gets his computer repaired.

  • News

    March 8, 2006

    The Free Press

    When do gifts to journalists turn into a conflict of interest? When a New York Times writer gets his computer repaired.

  • Summer Guide

    June 23, 2004
  • News

    April 28, 2004

    Where Were Pat and Vanna When the Lights Went Out?

    The S.F. taping of Wheel of Fortune goes momentarily dark; Spanganga fades permanently to black

  • News

    April 23, 2003

    Brain Storms

    A City Hall plan to downgrade S.F.'s only long-term-care facility for the severely mentally ill has critics up in arms

  • News

    July 31, 2002

    Burning Mad

    Deciding they just wouldn't take it anymore, Bayview citizens stopped a Navy plan to incinerate toxic gas at Hunters Point Shipyard

  • News

    January 9, 2002

    A Test of Faith

    A controversial San Francisco study is spending taxpayers' money to see if Christian clergy, Indian medicine men, and Tibetan lamas can heal patients with AIDS and brain tumors

  • News

    January 2, 2002

    Massing Gas

    San Francisco asks the Navy to investigate potentially dangerous methane concentrations at Hunters Point Shipyard

  • News

    October 10, 2001

    Cleaning House

    To work against terrorism, new money-laundering laws will have to be enforced in the world headquarters of cash-washing: the U.S. of A.

  • News

    June 14, 2000

    Night Crawler

    Battle Royale

  • News

    March 18, 1998

    The Great White Nope?

    Paul Nave, a polite, well-spoken product of upscale Marin County, has climbed out of boxing obscurity to fight for a world title. He's a polished fighter, but he's probably going to get his ass kicked.

  • News

    February 25, 1998
  • News

    January 21, 1998

    Sutter's Giant Sucking Sound

    Sutter Health, which owns one of California's largest hospital empires, is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charity. Critics wonder why Sutter dispenses so little charity, and vacuums so much profit, from the hospitals it acquires.

  • Calendar

    August 20, 1997
  • News

    April 30, 1997

    Under His Skin

    Dermatologist Michael Franzblau goes national with claims that a Marin newspaper ran an anti-Semitic column about him

  • Calendar

    September 13, 1995
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