Do we really need statues of former slaveholders and men who abused indigenous people to sow the seeds of the American story?
This week, I was faced with the heartbreaking task of reducing the hours — and therefore the pay — of the very journalists who report, write, edit and photograph that news.
The photographer, Breana Schmidt of Anza, California read on Facebook that a bald eagle had been observed in the area
We like the concept of using this moment to raise awareness of the history of the gay rights movement and the price people paid for being themselves.
Despite all these nods to the team’s new/old home of San Francisco, and to those sitting in non-luxury seats it’s hard to ignore the indulgence of the exclusive offerings.
When I was in college decades ago, I found myself feeling a similar mix of grief, shame and disbelief.
The visibility of the problem inspires some to seek solutions, but it makes others overwhelmed, frustrated or worse, complacent.
Sometimes we assume our readers know where we draw the line in acquiring information for a story.