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Top of Your Stack: Recommendations from Book Passage 12.2.21 - San Francisco Bay Times
A Carnival of Snackery: Diaries 2003-2020 (memoir) by David Sedaris
A window into humorist David Sedaris' mind and full access to his diaries is as entertaining as you would expect, and then some.
RAISE Grants Will Support Four California Transportation Projects
A rural bike plan; a downtown bike, ped, transit improvement project; seismic bridge retrofits; and fixing a highway that will intersect with High-Speed Rail.
RAISE Grants Will Support Four California Transportation Projects
A rural bike plan; a downtown bike, ped, transit improvement project; seismic bridge retrofits; and fixing a highway that will intersect with High-Speed Rail.
COVID: Why California is moving forward with firing vaccine-resistant health care workers
Health care providers across California are closing in on firing possibly hundreds of workers who have let the clock tick down on a requirement to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID: Why California is moving forward with firing vaccine-resistant health care workers
Health care providers across California are closing in on firing possibly hundreds of workers who have let the clock tick down on a requirement to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Please Support Streetsblog SF As We Move Ahead to 2022
For over a decade, Streetsblog San Francisco has been a loud and consistent voice for more transportation options, safety on our streets, and equitable transportation spending and policy.
Long Beach Poly to face Gardena Serra in crowd-pleasing CIF state bowl game
When Gardena Serra football coach Scott Altenberg learned on Sunday that his team will face Long Beach Poly in a CIF Southern California Division 1-A regional bowl game on Saturday at home, he was pleasantly surprised.
People We Meet: Terrazzo workers continue an ancient tradition in northern California
A thick, chemical smell mingled with the already pungent potpourri arresting the senses of Mission Street sidewalk commuters where Dan Danielson and Jose Medina appeared to be painting the sidewalk on a recent weekday morning.
People We Meet: Terrazzo workers continue an ancient tradition in northern California
A thick, chemical smell mingled with the already pungent potpourri arresting the senses of Mission Street sidewalk commuters where Dan Danielson and Jose Medina appeared to be painting the sidewalk on a recent weekday morning.
A Letter of Gratitude to San Francisco
Oh, San Francisco: You're such a wondrous and wild, magical and maddening, delicate and duplicitous creation. I celebrate your individuality daily; I also bemoan your dystopian quirks quite often.