We're not sure when the Israel vs. Palestine conflict became a nonpolitical issue, but apparently, to Muni it is. The transit agency, which has a policy against running political ads, is running this very political ad on its buses for the next four weeks: So if that's not political what is? A shirtl ... More >>
A weapon of mass destruction?‚ÄčEven on a culturally diverse campus like UC Berkeley, tensions between Israel and Palestinians run deep. A 20-year-old Jewish student has hired San Francisco attorneys to defend her claim that another student belonging to the Students For Justice in Palestine assaulte ... More >>
‚ÄčIt's gettin' down to it. One more day to vote for your favorite Bay Area acts in this year's music awards. And two more days until we announce the winners at a big ol' party at Ruby Skye (with, as we've mentioned before, performances by Wallpaper., Loco Bloco, and Lazer Sword) on Thursday. Today ... More >>
"What're you protesting against, Johnny?" "Whaddya got?" Why protesters who can't stick to the subject deserve nothing but contempt To those of us who live in the Bay Area, it's old hat by now - but to my family and friends in the Midwest, it's still baffling. "Wait, so, these people went t ... More >>
The plan, as announced on urbanprankster.com, was simple: Meet up at 2 p.m. Saturday with a few dozen strangers at Dalva in the Mission. Get liquored up. Take pants off and ride public transportation. But it didn't happen quite that way. Although about 50 people showed at Dalva, the bar happened to ... More >>
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The local conversation between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian activists is getting less civil every day. And Lee Kaplan's tactics aren't helping.
In the countryís putative activist capital, all the protests and rallies may do more to sow apathy than draw people to the cause.
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Arabs + Jews = drama
A Berkeley woman's efforts to deliver banned medicines and other goods to Iraq arouses federal ire
The latest incarnation of "Bay Area Now" displays a restless discontent with the status quo
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