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Alex Randolph, left, president of the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees, and CCSF Chancellor Mark Rocha listen to public comment regarding cuts to classes, particularly those for older adults, during a meeting of the CCSF Board of Trustees on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Letter: Despite cuts, CCSF still has thousands of classes available

Dear Editor, I want to assure readers that City College of San…

 

Letter: Half the poison is still poison. Fight the 3 a.m. bar bill.

Letter: Half the poison is still poison. Fight the 3 a.m. bar bill.

In the reckless rush to extend the hours in which California bars…

 

Letters: Does a possible Brown Act violation justify pulling a false fire alarm?

Letters: Does a possible Brown Act violation justify pulling a false fire alarm?

A police sergeant facing misdemeanor charges may have had good reason for her actions

 

Carrie Fisher,  left, and her mom Debbie Reynolds (pictured in 2015) were remember in a private memorial at their Beverly Hills home. (Courtesy Twitter)

Scoop: Family, friends fondly remember Carrie Fisher at her home

Billie Lourd, daughter of the late Carrie Fisher and granddaughter of the…

Carrie Fisher,  left, and her mom Debbie Reynolds (pictured in 2015) were remember in a private memorial at their Beverly Hills home. (Courtesy Twitter)

Letters: Two sides to every story

“Body cams vs. smartphones: BART arrest in SF could be test case,”…

Church doesn’t deserve special treatment

➤ “Transit to consider legalizing controversial ‘Parking for God’ on Dolores Street,”…

Sales tax comments taken out of context

“Proposed SF sales tax hike would reduce consumer spending by $154M, report…

Public reservations about now-defunct Dolores Park plan

I was deeply disappointed to hear the Rec and Park department decided…

Attacks on Bonds are without moral authority

“New Bonds is the same old phony,” Balls, April 24 Attacks on…

Plan Bay Area to blame for ruinous development in San Francisco

“New apartments coming to Design District as part of mixed-use trend,” The…

DOJ probe should answer unknown

“Woods autopsy reveals drugs, 20 bullet wounds,” Crime Ink, Feb. 12 DOJ…

El Niño beds should already be activated

“Shelter from the storm,” The City, Jan. 7 El Niño beds should…

Stop building high-rises on San Francisco’s waterfront

“Waterfront high-rise approved,” The City, Sept. 4 Stop building high-rises on San…

FILE - This June, 1954,  file photo shows renowned physicist Albert Einstein in Princeton, N.J. Einstein was a father who worried his son wasn't taking his geometry studies seriously enough, and that he was indebted to a favorite uncle for giving him a toy steam engine when he was a boy, launching a lifelong interest in science. He also believed the infidelity of a friend's spouse was no big deal. These and other reflections, including personal opinions on God and politics, are contained in 27 letters being offered by a private collector at auction this week. (AP Photo, File)

27 of Einstein’s personal letters going on auction block

LOS ANGELES — When he wasn’t busy scribbling out the theory of…

FILE - This June, 1954,  file photo shows renowned physicist Albert Einstein in Princeton, N.J. Einstein was a father who worried his son wasn't taking his geometry studies seriously enough, and that he was indebted to a favorite uncle for giving him a toy steam engine when he was a boy, launching a lifelong interest in science. He also believed the infidelity of a friend's spouse was no big deal. These and other reflections, including personal opinions on God and politics, are contained in 27 letters being offered by a private collector at auction this week. (AP Photo, File)
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27 of Einstein’s personal letters going on auction block

LOS ANGELES — When he wasn’t busy scribbling out the theory of…

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More seats needed on new BART cars

•"BART releases new features of future train car fleet," The City, June…

Bag fees will not change habits in SF

People have complained about City Hall nickel-and-diming us for such things as…

Support falling short for high-speed rail

Earlier this month, California’s non-partisan CPA Peer Review Committee issued a scathing…

Look at cost to staff events with San Francisco cops

The San Francisco Examiner has done good coverage on the huge overtime…

San Francisco has done much to address homeless issue

I have read your Friday cover story, “Hopeless with homeless.” As the…