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Earthquake Weather

For years San Francisco’s best kept secret was its summer weather comes in September and October. The tourists have since caught on.  The Wal-Mart whales still show up in July in tank tops and cut offs. 595 more words

The new new new journalism

The chasm between data visualization and multimedia closed a bit today with the visit of Michael Grant 112 more words

Jessie Ware, 'Tough Love'

Aidin Vaziri | Jessie Ware is ready to pounce. On her second album, “Tough Love,” the commanding British singer streamlines her sound, trading off-kilter club beats for smooth R&B grooves, and makes a proper bid for all the lovers of sensual soul music Sade has for too long neglected. 123 more words

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Annie Lennox: The New Standards

Aidin Vaziri | Annie Lennox inhabits the songs on “Nostalgia,” her new album of pop standards, so completely that most people assume she has been singing her way through the Great American Songbook for years. 93 more words

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Sunday Morning Paper...

I hadn’t bought a Sunday Chronicle in quite sometime but being that I wasn’t going to go anywhere today, I figured I’d catch up on some in-depth news. 408 more words

This Too Will Pass

Bicyclist Sues San Francisco Police After Arrest For Carrying Infant Son In Baby Carrier

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — A man filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the San Francisco police department after he was arrested for riding his bicycle with his infant son strapped to his chest. 387 more words


RIP SF Bay Guardian: Activist journalism no longer worth its weight in wood pulp

It’s a sad day for “the real” San Francisco. Today, sidewalk boxes will fill up with the latest and last edition of The San Francisco Bay Guardian, the progressive weekly rag that’s been a fixture in the city for just shy of half a century. 729 more words