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Veronica Diaz-Gracida and John Tellez, pictured at Homebridge, are taking classes to become certified nurses.<ins> (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins>

Expanding in-home care as San Francisco’s population ages

‘There’s a huge need and a huge gap. It’s a really tough job’

Veronica Diaz-Gracida and John Tellez, pictured at Homebridge, are taking classes to become certified nurses.<ins> (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins>
Teresa Moore’s Muni project tests students’ ideas about San Francisco and how they see people around them. (Photo courtesy @reenanas via Twitter)

Race, equity and why attention remains the rarest and purest form of generosity

An introduction from new Examiner columnist Teresa Moore

  • Oct 15, 2021
Teresa Moore’s Muni project tests students’ ideas about San Francisco and how they see people around them. (Photo courtesy @reenanas via Twitter)
Cabernet sauvignon grapes sat in a container after being crushed at Smith-Madrone Winery in St. Helena. (Courtesy Smith-Madrone Winery)

San Francisco’s ‘Champagne problems’ — Wine industry suffers supply chain woes

‘Everywhere you turn, things that were easy are no longer easy’

Cabernet sauvignon grapes sat in a container after being crushed at Smith-Madrone Winery in St. Helena. (Courtesy Smith-Madrone Winery)
Warriors forward Draymond Green will have to return to the height of his powers for the Warriors to contend in the 2021-22 season. (Chris Victorio/Special the The Examiner)

Warriors season preview: The four key questions

By John Krolik Special to The Examiner After a stretch where the…

  • Oct 15, 2021
Warriors forward Draymond Green will have to return to the height of his powers for the Warriors to contend in the 2021-22 season. (Chris Victorio/Special the The Examiner)
San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler, center, says he’s excited to build on the success of the 2021 Giants. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)

What’s next for the Giants? The offseason starts now

‘We’re excited about building on this foundation’

San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler, center, says he’s excited to build on the success of the 2021 Giants. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi — seen in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday — touted Congressional Democrats’ infrastructure bill in San Francisco on Thursday. (Stefani Reynolds/The New York Times)

Pelosi touts infrastructure bill as it nears finish line

Climate change, social safety net among major priorities of Democrats’ 10-year funding measure

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi — seen in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday — touted Congressional Democrats’ infrastructure bill in San Francisco on Thursday. (Stefani Reynolds/The New York Times)
A Giants fans hangs his head in disbelief after the Dodgers won the NLDS in a controversial finish to a tight Game 5. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)

Giants dream season ends at the hands of the Dodgers, 2-1

A masterful game comes down to the bottom of the ninth, and San Francisco came up short

A Giants fans hangs his head in disbelief after the Dodgers won the NLDS in a controversial finish to a tight Game 5. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)
Shippo provides businesses with shipping labels and helps them schedule package pickups and manage returns. (Courtesy Shippo)

SF shipping startup offers advice for small online retailers

‘What we are telling our customers is that you’ve got to have a plan’

Shippo provides businesses with shipping labels and helps them schedule package pickups and manage returns. (Courtesy Shippo)
Wayne Thiebaud’s 1972 “Various Pastels (Pastel Scatter)” is appropriately featured in the exhibit “Color Into Line: Pastels From the Renaissance to the Present” at the Legion of Honor.<ins> (Courtesy Artists Rights Society/Photo by Randy Dodson/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)</ins>

Legion of Honor exhibit a who’s who of artistic giants

‘Pastels convey the immediacy of a drawing, the appearance of a painting and the matte finish of a fresco’

Wayne Thiebaud’s 1972 “Various Pastels (Pastel Scatter)” is appropriately featured in the exhibit “Color Into Line: Pastels From the Renaissance to the Present” at the Legion of Honor.<ins> (Courtesy Artists Rights Society/Photo by Randy Dodson/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)</ins>
<strong>A lion from Cambodia at the Asian Art Museum, which was acquired from a private collector and dates back to between 1150 and 1225, is one of two pieces identified as a potential stolen artifact in the leaked Pandora Papers.<ins> (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins> </strong>
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Asian Art Museum reckons with Cambodian antiquities of disputed provenance

Pandora Papers revelations accelerate culture shift at museums near and far

<strong>A lion from Cambodia at the Asian Art Museum, which was acquired from a private collector and dates back to between 1150 and 1225, is one of two pieces identified as a potential stolen artifact in the leaked Pandora Papers.<ins> (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins> </strong>
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Three new massive cranes cruised into the Port of Oakland early this year. (Courtesy Port of Oakland)

Giant new cranes help business soar at Port of Oakland

Ships previously headed elsewhere now come to the Bay Area first

Three new massive cranes cruised into the Port of Oakland early this year. (Courtesy Port of Oakland)
Tech workers at Flexport’s Market Street headquarters have worked to find data solutions to supply-chain challenges. (Courtesy Flexport)

How San Francisco tech companies are addressing the global supply chain crisis

Startups bring data solutions to broken shipping industry

Tech workers at Flexport’s Market Street headquarters have worked to find data solutions to supply-chain challenges. (Courtesy Flexport)
San Francisco 49ers Ted Connolly, John Thomas, Bob St. Clair and others sit on the 49ers bench during a muddy game against the Green Bay Packers on Dec. 10, 1960 at Kezar Stadium. <ins>(Courtesy Open SF History)</ins>

Kezar Stadium: A rough-and-tumble history lesson on the 49ers’ 75th birthday

Team played in nearly 60,000-seat bowl from 1946 to 1971

San Francisco 49ers Ted Connolly, John Thomas, Bob St. Clair and others sit on the 49ers bench during a muddy game against the Green Bay Packers on Dec. 10, 1960 at Kezar Stadium. <ins>(Courtesy Open SF History)</ins>
Giants third base coach Ron Wotus is pictured with pitcher Logan Webb at Oracle Park on Oct. 3; Webb starts in Game 5 of the matchup between the Giants and Dodgers. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)

How to watch the Giants and Dodgers in Game 5

Postseason matchup between longtime rivals has lived up to expectations

  • Oct 14, 2021
Giants third base coach Ron Wotus is pictured with pitcher Logan Webb at Oracle Park on Oct. 3; Webb starts in Game 5 of the matchup between the Giants and Dodgers. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)
Gov. Gavin Newsom of California has signed a bill that requires public high school students to take an ethnic studies course before graduating. (Allison Zaucha/The New York Times)

Ethnic studies classes mandated for California public high school students

New law imposing statewide one-semester requirement starts with class of 2030

  • Oct 14, 2021
Gov. Gavin Newsom of California has signed a bill that requires public high school students to take an ethnic studies course before graduating. (Allison Zaucha/The New York Times)
Lindsey White’s ambitious 2021 work “Pardon Me, Please/Stop Looking at Me” addresses performance anxieties. (Courtesy Casemore Kirkeby)

Faking female magicians

Lindsey White’s ‘How to Get on Cable Television’ intrigues at Minnesota Street Project

  • Oct 14, 2021
Lindsey White’s ambitious 2021 work “Pardon Me, Please/Stop Looking at Me” addresses performance anxieties. (Courtesy Casemore Kirkeby)
Students, families and staff are awaiting improvements at Buena Vista Horace Mann, a bilingual school in the Mission that’s been in bad shape for a long time.<ins></ins>

Long-awaited funding to fix dilapidated Mission District school remains in flux

‘It has been years and you have not listened to us’

Students, families and staff are awaiting improvements at Buena Vista Horace Mann, a bilingual school in the Mission that’s been in bad shape for a long time.<ins></ins>
<strong>Workers with Urban Alchemy and the Downtown Streets Team clean at Seventh and Market streets on Oct. 12. <ins>(Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins> </strong>
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Why is it so hard to keep San Francisco’s streets clean?

Some blame bureaucracy, others say it’s the residents’ fault

<strong>Workers with Urban Alchemy and the Downtown Streets Team clean at Seventh and Market streets on Oct. 12. <ins>(Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins> </strong>
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The Walgreens at 4645 Mission St. in The City is among those slated to close. (Courtesy photo)

Walgreens closing five SF stores because of thefts

City looks at allowing sheriff’s officers to provide private security

The Walgreens at 4645 Mission St. in The City is among those slated to close. (Courtesy photo)
<strong>Construction at the luxury condominium 88 at the Park has been slowed due to delays in receiving materials. (</strong><strong>Courtesy First City Development)</strong>

Supply chain disruptions delay badly needed San Francisco housing

Virtually every construction project in the Bay Area is being affected in some way

<strong>Construction at the luxury condominium 88 at the Park has been slowed due to delays in receiving materials. (</strong><strong>Courtesy First City Development)</strong>