Biodynamic Hawk and Horse Vineyards serves up a trio of fine vintages

Bordeaux-style wines come from Lake County

Medical disability rights in the era of COVID-19

Those who cannot wear masks may register concerns with government agencies

The Great American Road Trip — Part Three

The third of a three-part series chronicling road travel as America slowly reopens

Restorative art on the inside and out

Curator Ericka Scott organizes exhibition of works by prisoners

Coronavirus does not take holidays off, but mistakes happen

I seemingly forgot the potential severity of being around strangers

Your rights when you are detained: Do you really get a phone call?

By Christopher Dolan and Casey Hultin Detained? No. Arrested and booked? Yes.…

Summer learning can be fun

It’s been almost a month since the 2019-20 school year ended, and…

The Great American Road Trip – Part Two

A three-part series chronicling road travel as America slowly reopens

Winemaker Isabel Galindo showcases garnacha from Madrid

Las Moradas de San Martin began making fine wine in 1999

Sierra Nevada outings beat blues of vicious virus

Hikes offer chance to stretch legs without rubbing elbows

Supreme Court decision a monumental ruling for LBGTQ rights

Anti-discrimination employment protections in Civil Rights Act extended across the U.S.

Flying in the COVID-19 era

Airlines are having a difficult time adapting to the new world of travel

School is going to look different this fall

As we enter the first weeks of summer, I know our students,…

As patios open for dining and drinking, what is acceptable risk for going out?

I watch people dine on patios without face masks, sitting less than six feet apart.

SFUSD confronts a major budget challenge

It would be an understatement to say things have changed a lot…

Is it legal to shoot video of police?

Most courts have held that the First Amendment gives individuals the right to document police officers in public

The Great American Road Trip – Part One

A three-part series chronicling road travel as America slowly reopens

Malbec finds a home in Argentina

The roots of malbec are the Bordeaux region in southwest France where it is among the “big six” permitted red grapes.

Constitutional rights must balance with need to protect public health

The bottom line is that the state may regulate civil liberties during an epidemic.

Celebrating the accomplishments of students in a difficult year

Well, we’ve made it to the end of the school year. When…