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On Fames eternal camping-ground their silent tents are spread, and Glory guards with solemn round the bivouac of the dead. Theodore OHara Greater love has no man than he lay down his life for another, a verse in the Bible says. A former senator
The past year has seen both cries for cutting the defense budget at home and renewed violence abroad. With the economy continuing to decline, and the deficit continuing to rise, it is almost inevitable that the defense budget will continue to shrink.
Font Resize Iconic California journalist Belva Davis will be honored by the Yerba Buena Arts Center in San Francisco on Feb. 23...Former state Speaker and San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown will preside over the evening tribute, which includes
The first one's that have been installed are located at Pocket Park which is at the corner of Howard & 4th Street. The racks feature tire tread patterns that are the first of their kind in the city and will help meet the growing need for bicycle
Beth LaBerge/Special to the S.F...The racks were unveiled at 4th St and Howard St and in the coming months up to 250 will be installed in the neighborhood...Several of the racks were unveiled at 4th St and Howard St on Dec.
California State Parks and the San Pasqual Battlefield Volunteer Association presented a reenactment day at the San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic park Sunday, complete with riders in period outfits demonstrating the battle that took place on the
Ruben Navarrette is a CNN contributor and a nationally syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group...San Diego, California (CNN) -- On a recent trip to Mexico City, I had barely made my way down the concourse and arrived at the
Special Best-Of Best-Of Edition Dear Readers, The Mexican must take the week off because his home paper is publishing its annual Best Of issueif the devil ever condemns you to visit Orange County, pick up an OC Weekly ! To honor our Best Of, here's a
14 September 2012 Moving in unison and dressed in the colours of their country, members of Mexico's military put on a dazzling display of pageantry to celebrate its independence. Hundreds of members of the country's armed forces took part in a
The proposed 550-foot tower will offer residential housing; the Mexican Museum will occupy the first two floors. Recently, San Francisco Chronicle columnist John King blasted the project for its height, writing that it would dominate the plaza and