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A Fair Music Streaming Model is Possible

Posted July 31, 2015 by

Why Artists and Indie Labels Must Emancipate Themselves from Big Music By Anil Prasad Editor’s Note: Anil Prasad is one of the world’s most respected music journalists; his critically acclaimed website “Innerviews“, features a veritable who’s who in the world
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To the Editor…

Posted July 30, 2015 by

Re: Blame Realtors For SF’s Housing Crisis Radical progressives can never take any responsibility for the housing crisis they themselves created and love to finger point and be in denial about the real tried and true solutions to affordable housing.
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SF’s Housing Showdown

Posted July 30, 2015 by

After all the rallies, signature gathering and last minute deals, San Francisco’s approach to its housing crisis heads for a fall showdown. And while many activists are drawn to issues in conflict—-e.g. initiatives regulating short-term rentals and imposing a Mission
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Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs Robert A McDonald

GOP Attacks On VA Hurt Vets in Need

Posted July 30, 2015 by Suzanne Gordon

Any US veteran who depends on the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) for their healthcare should check out CSPN’s broadcast of the July 25 House Committee on Veterans Affairs. For over two hours, Congressional representatives grilled the Secretary of the Department
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More Reviews from the 35th SF Jewish Film Festival

Posted July 30, 2015 by

Viewers who approach David Simanis’ oddball semi-documentary “Escaping Riga” with hopes of seeing a Latvian version of Guy Maddin’s wonderfully bizarre “My Winnipeg” will be disappointed.  Maddin’s presence provided a lens to view his love/hate relationship with his birthplace.  Simanis
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Inset of Seattle parking rate map. Image via The Urbanist

Data-Driven Parking Policy Pays Off in Seattle

Posted July 30, 2015 by Brad Aaron

Seattle is set to improve upon its successful street parking program by setting meter rates based on demand. The Seattle Department of Transportation keeps a close watch on curbside parking, reports Stephen Fesler at The Urbanist, with regular audits and
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To the Editor…

Posted July 29, 2015 by

Subject: School Nutrition Association – the new Stepford ? Great column, Dana! Very pointed and exacting criticism. Keep up the good work. I love your relentless and consistent stance on nutritious school meals for all.   Suzanne
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To the Editor…

Posted July 29, 2015 by

Subject: Role of Realtors in housing crisis Hi Randy: From a big picture analysis, the biggest elephant in the room on the SF Bay Area housing crisis is the defunding of HUD in the late 1970’s, starting with President Carter
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