Police could get increased power to disperse abortion clinic protesters

A proposed amendment to The City’s Police Code could allow officers to respond more quickly to complaints of harassment and…

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Gov. Brown, keep oil and gas in the ground

During a heat wave last year, the night-time temperature in Amanda Senior’s San Jose home was 95 degrees. The air…

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A bold path forward on climate

We are living in a time where climate change poses an existential threat. Rising seas are supercharging King Tides, flooding…

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Back from injury, City College of San Francisco RB DeShawn Collins already turning heads

A year ago, on the first series against Laney College, City College running back DeShawn Collins suffered a bone bruise…

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Tony Clark is tone deaf on MLBPA pension concerns

By Douglas J. Gladstone Special to S.F. Examiner Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Tony Clark’s nickname is “Tony…

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Broadway vet Jason Mraz on the road with new album

Ever since he strummed acoustic on the San Diego coffeehouse circuit nearly two decades ago, double-Grammy-winning folk-popper Jason Mraz thought…

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Sept. 12-13: Bay Area Now 8, BTS, Foo Fighters, Burned, Spirit of Discovery, Robert W. Kennedy Jr., MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet, Murder By Death, Fruition, Season of the Crow

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12 Bay Area Now 8: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts’ triennial exhibition of local artists showcases cross-generational…

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Artists of color reclaim heritage in ‘Black Woman is God’

Having established firm roots, defying gravity, resisting withering and growing in leaps and bounds, “The Black Woman is God: Assembly…

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