Literature

Light shines through the celing above the Oculus Bridge at the new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on Third Street in San Francisco, during an opening press preview on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The newly expanded SFMOMA will officially open to the public on Saturday, May 14, 2016. (Ekevara Kitpowsong/Special to S.F. Examiner)

A peek inside the new SFMOMA

Photos from inside the newly renovated San Francisco Museum of Modern Art equipped…

Light shines through the celing above the Oculus Bridge at the new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on Third Street in San Francisco, during an opening press preview on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The newly expanded SFMOMA will officially open to the public on Saturday, May 14, 2016. (Ekevara Kitpowsong/Special to S.F. Examiner)
The Property Brothers (Drew, left, and Jonathan Scott) are coming to the Bay Area to plug their new book. (Courtesy Caitlin Cronenberg)

Property Brothers taking the world by storm

Is there anything that Drew and Jonathan Scott can’t do? Apparently not.…

The Property Brothers (Drew, left, and Jonathan Scott) are coming to the Bay Area to plug their new book. (Courtesy Caitlin Cronenberg)
FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2007, file photo, author Harper Lee smiles during a ceremony honoring the four new members of the Alabama Academy of Honor at the Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Harper Lee, the elusive author whose "To Kill a Mockingbird" became an enduring best seller and classic film with its child's-eye view of racial injustice in a small Southern town, has died according to Harper Collins spokeswoman Tina Andreadis. She was 89.  (AP Photo/Rob Carr, File)

Harper Lee, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ author, has died at 89

NEW YORK (AP) — Harper Lee, the elusive novelist whose child's-eye view…

FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2007, file photo, author Harper Lee smiles during a ceremony honoring the four new members of the Alabama Academy of Honor at the Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Harper Lee, the elusive author whose "To Kill a Mockingbird" became an enduring best seller and classic film with its child's-eye view of racial injustice in a small Southern town, has died according to Harper Collins spokeswoman Tina Andreadis. She was 89.  (AP Photo/Rob Carr, File)

Nuclear medicine expert's mystery novel fuses science and fiction

San Francisco resident Jerold Lowenstein, a professor and nuclear medicine expert, provides…