Sacramento Waiters Make $50 an Hour, TV Station Claims

Posted February 18, 2016 by Seth Sandronsky

What can happen when voters use electoral politics to raise the minimum wage? For one thing, some mainstream media can go on the attack by editorializing in coverage that poses as “news.” Take, for example, ABC Channel 10’s recent television
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted February 17, 2016 by

Editor, I arrived in the United States as an immigrant child, and regard myself proudly as a Vietnamese American. My family and I celebrate the “Tết” Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Asian Lunar New Year), and welcome the New Spring Season
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted February 17, 2016 by

Subject: who’s a latino? There is no doubt that Cruz and Rubio are Spanish surnames. there is also no doubt that Srs. Cruz and Rubio can speak Spanish, even just a little. There is no doubt, either, that both of
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New Gallery for Tenderloin Artists Opens

Posted February 17, 2016 by

On Thursday, February 18,  SPACE236 opens its doors at 236 Leavenworth Street. SPACE236 is a gallery that primarily sells work by Tenderloin artists. At a time when many San Francisco artists struggle to survive, those in the Tenderloin have lacked
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Reviews From 18th San Francisco Independent Film Festival

Posted February 17, 2016 by

One possible slogan for Berndt Mader’s disturbing “Booger Red” could be “Real prosecution.  Real convictions.  Fake crime?”  This documentary/fiction hybrid pushes enough boundaries to make it a natural fit for the San Francisco Independent Film Festival. In 2009, seven individuals
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted February 16, 2016 by

Subject: McGovern, Mondale and the Lessons for 2016 I respect Bernie Sanders because he is the real thing.  While Hillary Clinton was campaigning for Barry Goldwater, Sanders was marching with Martin Luther King.  Sanders has been politically been more-or-less consistent
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