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This Hailing a taxi in San Francisco could soon become easier...In an attempt to catch up with the social ride-sharing bunch and their fancy smartphone apps, the Municipal Transportation Agency voted Tuesday to require all taxi companies and drivers
Resources Barbara Jean Cox Resident of San Mateo Barbara Jean Cox passed away on Friday, March 15, 2013 at the age of 81 at the Kaiser Hospital in Redwood City from kidney failure due to complications from a massive stroke. Barbara Cox was born in
At the University of Nebraska, roommates are a big complaint...At University of California-Berkeley, students waste little time vexing about scores or roommates...Revelations like these are found on Facebook "confession" pages springing up across the
This Even decades after San Francisco's late disco icon Sylvester made the entire world feel mighty real, he's still capable of pulling in observers with his sheer magnetism...Among them is a snapshot of poet Essex Hemphill , his arm slung around
At the University of Nebraska , roommates are a big complaint...At UC Berkeley, students waste little time vexing about scores or roommates...Revelations like these are found on Facebook "confession" pages springing up across the country, the 21st
Popular Tags Archives Feeds by Wanda Sabir Mumia' comes to Oakland Back when Mumia was a member of the Black Panther Party, he traveled west to work with the Oakland chapter an important time in his evolution as a radical journalist. Now the story of
Popular Tags Archives Feeds by Wanda Sabir This week has been a sojourn through important San Francisco Bay Area history...The Bay Area and beyond paid tribute to Belva Davis Feb. 23 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, pouring out memories of her
Zebra Katz's vicious underground hit "Ima Read" comes through the speakers at a deep, groin-vibrating decibel...The space is filling up with cute guys in Brooklyn beards, women in aerodynamic Tilda Swinton outfits, transgendered beings, fashion-
Popular Tags Archives Feeds March 1, 2013 by Laura Savage For many in the African American community, especially those who are between poverty and middle class, autism is unfamiliar. We aren't quite sure what kind of delay that means in our children.
The popularity of certain majors at San Francisco State University is preventing students from getting classes and graduating on time, but the administration is proposing a plan to clear out the bottleneck and put undergraduates in lectures they need.