Do Hipsters on Food Stamps Shop at Whole Foods?

Posted September 30, 2013 by Dana Woldow

Have you noticed unemployed hipsters clogging the checkout at your local Whole Foods Market, using electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards to buy sustainably raised quinoa and heritage pork with food stamps? Yeah, me neither. But according to a recent opinion
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Hail Cleveland Indians, Playoff-Bound!

Posted September 30, 2013 by Randy Shaw

Finishing on an 11-0 run, the Cleveland Indians have reached the baseball playoffs for the first time since 2007. And all baseball fans should celebrate. Because while the Cubs’ long World Series drought gets more attention, the Indians have not
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Conservative Media Resurrect ACORN Boogeyman For NYC Mayor Race

Posted September 30, 2013 by ZACHARY PLEAT

ACORN, the disbanded community organizing group and conservative boogeyman that was baselessly credited with everything from the financial crisis to stealing the 2008 presidential election, has been resurrected to attack the Democratic nominee for New York City mayor, Bill de
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted September 30, 2013 by

Who Won the America’s Cup? With millions cheering, The United States won the America’s Cup. But what is American about it? Not much. True, the billionaire Larry Ellison, who financed Ellison’s catamaran, the Oracle, is American. But not much else.
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Lisa Engelken’s “Little Warrior”

Posted September 27, 2013 by E. "Doc" Smith

San Francisco has seen some fabulous jazz vocalists roll through town in recent weeks, Karyn Allison, Rondi Charleston and Ann Dyer to name but a few. I’m happy to add Lisa Engelken’s name to that esteemed list with her latest
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Buried Child

Posted September 27, 2013 by Buzzin' Lee Hartgrave

BURIED CHILD is one of Sam Shepard’s amazing stories. He won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama. And from that, he became one of the nations most exciting playwrights. “Buried Child” tells us the story about a family that is falling
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