The Seattle Post-Intelligencer recently concluded the obvious for us Northern Californians: The Emerald City is a way better place to be than the smoggy hell hole of Los Angeles. But what we aren't so sure about is whether Seattle is a better place to be than San Francisco. To help readers make thei ... More >>
Kim Severson's byline is well known in the San Francisco food world. Before moving on to the New York Times, where she covers national food stories, she was at the San Francisco Chronicle, her reportage graduating from the food section to the front page. This April, Severson published Spoon Fed: ... More >>
Ruth ReichlIt had to happen.Just as a couple of this year's Pulitzer Prize winners had already been laid off from their paper four months before they won their award, the winner of the James Beard Foundation's 2009 award for Newspaper Feature Writing with Recipes, Rebekah Denn, wrote her piece, "Hig ... More >>
In an age where newspapers are in decline, a play about the power of the press seems dated.
After a 70-year hiatus and a confrontation with the world, the Makah tribe resumes its communion with the gray whale