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  • SF Weekly Letters for the Week of Aug. 27-Sept. 2, 2015

    That's the spirit: None of these things affect me ("New Hardass Sheriff Promises a Crackdown at Burning Man," Jeremy Lybarger, The Snitch, 8/24/15). As long as the art and people are there, and the Internet connections, cell phones, and insurance More >>
  • SF Weekly Letter August 20-26, 2015

    Would the real Samuel Gompers please stand up: Unions, history-wise in the U.S., have been too successful in their overall goals ("Anti-Union Campaign in Full Swing at Google Express," Julia Carrie Wong, The Snitch, 8/14/15). Workplace safety is pretty much More >>
  • SF Weekly Letter August 6-12, 2015

    You make a good case for relocation: While I appreciate the compassionate heart of this argument ["Complaining About SF's Dirty Sidewalks Shouldn't Mean Shaming the Homeless," Sucka Free City, Jeremy Lybarger, 7/26/15] there is an equally cogent argument that SF More >>
  • SF Weekly Letter July 30-August 5, 2015

    Major Kudos: A well-deserved article ["Trans Formative: Miss Major Griffin-Gracy has created safe havens for the transgendder community," Cover Story, Julia Carrie Wong, 7/23/15]. It brought tears of joy to my eyes; it also made me smile. Miss Major is More >>


  • Slipknot at Concord Pavillion
    Slipknot, and Lamb of God performed at the Concord Pavillion on Wednesday, August 26, as part of the Summer's Last Stand Tour. Photographs by Richard Haick.
  • Eat Drink SF
    Photographs by Michael Hendrickson.

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