To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted May 31, 2013 by

as long as there is a strong demand for drugs the dealers will come…….. address the demand and honestly THC how many residents in your hotels are users…. i live in a THC Hotel and the dealers best customers This
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School Beat: A Look to Next Year as this School Year Ends

Posted May 30, 2013 by Lisa Schiff

Another school year is over, another public education marathon has been run. 2012-2013 will be remembered in California for: a dramatic change in public education funding that survived intense debate even within the public school community, fraught federal elections, and
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted May 30, 2013 by

This story popped up in one of my Google alerts. It’s powerful and love hearing the perspective from students. The John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Symposium starts today so this is timely. We recently showed the documentary Burn – The Evolution
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SFMOMA Misses the Moment on “The Clock”

Posted May 29, 2013 by Randy Shaw

Christian Marclay’s The Clock lives up to its billing and more. It is that rare work of art that qualifies as “unique,” and people have been flocking to SFMOMA to see it. But SFMOMA has done the public a great
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The Greatest School Lunch Superhero You Never Heard Of

Posted May 29, 2013 by Dana Woldow

When San Francisco Unified School District’s Student Nutrition Services director Ed Wilkins retires next month after 16 years, SF’s students will lose a champion for their health and nutrition whose accomplishments rival those of any school food reformer nationwide. Wilkins
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