Why Everyone Loves the Giants

Posted October 31, 2012 by Randy Shaw

One million people will descend on Market Street today for the San Francisco Giants victory parade and rally. The Giants have gripped the Bay Area like no team since the 1980’s 49ers, and the team’s hold on fans grows each
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The Giants leave the Dodgers in their wake

Posted October 30, 2012 by Bill Plaschke

San Francisco become the better franchise in a longtime rivalry, its presence in the World Series a clinching piece of evidence. (Ed Note: LA Times sports columnist Bill Plaschke wrote this prior to the Giants winning the World Series. It
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Canvassers Gone Wired

Posted October 30, 2012 by David Moberg

Columbus, Ohio—Theresa Bruskin, a field director for Working America (the AFL-CIO’s community arm), passed a jarring mix of well-maintained bungalows and abandoned homes as she worked her way through Hilltop, a racially diverse, working-class neighborhood. Such traditional “labor to neighbor”
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted October 30, 2012 by

Great article I pray that these are the facts, I am on the ledge and this definitely talks me down. We need to get everyone we can to the polls, I am so afraid the “Republicons”, will steal it with
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Giants Sweep Tigers—And Shock Baseball World

Posted October 29, 2012 by Randy Shaw

In a nail biting, back and forth game that fittingly was decided by a Marco Scutaro game winner, the San Francisco Giants showed the baseball world for the second time in three years that they are the best. Few gave
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