To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted September 23, 2014 by

Subject: Bay Area Joins Fight for Climate Action Thanks much for covering the local climate actions, speaking of fighting against the status quo. In keeping with it’s policy of steering far clear of anything important or useful there wasn’t a
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Campos-Chiu Race Gets Clearer

Posted September 23, 2014 by

The David Campos- David Chiu Assembly race is San Francisco’s tightest head to head contest  since the 2003 mayoral runoff between Gavin Newsom and Matt Gonzalez. Local ranked choice voting eliminated the drama of these classic political tilts, but since
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Bay Area Joins Fight for Climate Action

Posted September 23, 2014 by

OAKLAND: As hundreds of thousands of people gathered in New York City for arguably the largest demonstration for action on climate change, the Bay Area also showed its support, with smaller rallies in Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa, but the
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SF Nonprofits Unite to Defeat Prop B

Posted September 22, 2014 by

San Francisco’s  two largest coalitions of nonprofit  organizations have joined the growing opposition to Prop B, which raids $22 million from vital city services. Both the 22-member Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO) and the 80-member San Francisco Human Services
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Talking Back to Big Soda

Posted September 22, 2014 by

When I first started writing about San Francisco’s proposed soda tax back in January 2014, there wasn’t much public conversation about the idea, but now with Proposition E (Tax on Sugar Sweetened Beverages) on the ballot and the November election
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Sunday News Shows Ignore Historic Climate March

Posted September 22, 2014 by TIMOTHY JOHNSON

Sunday news shows on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN and Fox failed to cover the People’s Climate March, a massive protest against climate change being held September 21 in New York City in conjunction with events in more than 150 countries
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Ward Cleaver’s Job World (Los Angeles 1957)

Posted September 19, 2014 by Michael Bernick

Over the past few months, I have been researching the job world in 1950s California for an essay in our California State Library journal. As part of the research, I set out to track the employment of adults on the
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