Tag: The San Francisco Examiner

Ad Romance: San Francisco Examiner ads, 1860s-1930s

Opium, wigs and chocolate: A look back at old-timey advertisements in the San Francisco Examiner.

3 years ago

An ‘all-night’ job: Editing Hunter Thompson’s Examiner column

On the evening of Sunday, May 3, 1987, David McCumber, an editor at The San Francisco Examiner, was on the…

3 years ago

Dispelling myth of Twain as Examiner writer

In the same manner that there is no evidence Mark Twain ever said, "The coldest winter I ever spent was…

3 years ago

For the past 150 years, The Examiner has recorded life in The City

It started as a small paper under a different name — born of Civil War controversy, it was torched by…

3 years ago

An ‘all-night’ job: Editing Hunter Thompson’s Examiner column

On the evening of Sunday, May 3, 1987, David McCumber, an editor at The San Francisco Examiner, was on the…

3 years ago

Dispelling myth of Twain as Examiner writer

In the same manner that there is no evidence Mark Twain ever said, "The coldest winter I ever spent was…

3 years ago

San Francisco Examiner reporter wins five regional journalism awards

FOSTER CITY -- The San Francisco Examiner won five reporting awards at the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club's 37th annual…

4 years ago

Michael Howerton named editor of San Francisco Examiner

Michael Howerton has been named editor in chief of The San Francisco Examiner and vice president of editorial at the…

4 years ago