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Good Day Oct. 17-19, 2019

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United Nations Association Film Festival, Sweat, Joe Bonamassa, Thom Yorke, Bill Burr, San Francisco Girls Chorus, Half Moon Bay Art…

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‘The Lighthouse’ a deeply unsettling horror flick

‘Witch’ director Robert Eggers meditates on isolation

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Drink in the goodness at the SF International Tea Festival

“There is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Draymond Green calls out Phoenix Suns for treatment of Chriss

Golden State forward Draymond Green cites franchises, not players, as reasons for busts

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Without Curry, Warriors face reality of new era in loss to Lakers

With Stephen Curry resting, Golden State drops its second straight preseason game in Los Angeles

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Thirty years after Loma Prieta, is San Francisco ready for the next ‘big one?’

Bay Area residents breathed a sigh of relief this week after a series of earthquakes that rocked the region proved…

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With Loftus set to take office, poll shows voters disapprove of last-minute DA appointment

Mayor London Breed made an unpopular decision when she named candidate Suzy Loftus interim district attorney just a few weeks…

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College Roundup: USF snags commit from SHC’s Owen Stevenson

San Francisco Dons have busy week of commits, CCSF set for Friday Night Lights against Laney

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St. Ignatius QB Teddye Buchanan commits to UC Davis

Two-way Wildcats star will play college football for Aggies

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Proposals for sculpture to honor Maya Angelou meet with rejection

The search for an artist to create a monument to poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou suffered a setback…

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Avoiding rejection at the casual carpool

The humiliation of feeling wanted one second and then rejected the next seemed to be the epitome of embarrassment.

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SF’s quiet war with alleged scofflaw scooter company

The scooters scoot, The City impounds them. Nominal fines are paid, the scooters scoot again.

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Rick Wakeman brings his piano and comedy tour to The City

Yes keyboardist covers five-decade career in solo concert

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A look back at the chaos, coverage of Loma Prieta earthquake

Thirty years after the ground shook for 15 seconds, take a look back at some of the damage that the…

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Family detention is a far cry from summer camp

A close-up look at the cruelty of this administration’s immigration policy

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Ocean research: The tiny hitchhiker’s guide to San Francisco Bay

Global shipping traffic in and out of San Francisco Bay continues, which means a higher risk of introducing more invasive…

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What the PG& E blackouts taught us about disruptions, good and bad

The dictionary defines disrupt as causing “disorder or turmoil in,” originating from the Latin word disruptus, in the mid 1600s,…

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Crews remain at NuStar energy site after fire Tuesday

Fire crews and investigators on Wednesday morning remained at the NuStar Energy facility in Crockett in Contra Costa County where…

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Vote no on Prop. E, re-zoning public land

By Patrick Monette-Shaw

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SF Preps Roundup: Lowell makes history with win over Washington

Cardinals go over .500, St. Ignatius banishes losing streak and Mission keeps rolling

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