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Correspondent Jamie Jobb, with whom anyone would like to split a sundae, likes to be an ice cream lover who eats responsibly. He recently bought... [Read More]
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Mentorship, in which two people share skills and wisdom, was celebrated with a Feb. 8 gathering benefiting Butler Koshland Fellowships, which since 2003 have paired... [Read More]
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Documentarian Nat Katzman, working with the University of the Pacific, is at work on a film about George Moscone, who was assassinated in November 1978.... [Read More]
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Wednesday, Feb. 14, is the big day, when flowers are being sent, chocolates are being devoured and couples are staring into each other's eyes over... [Read More]
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The how-do-you-dos are over, and prospects for the future are casting either gloomy shadows or glorious sunshine on the lovers. The chronological story of romance,... [Read More]
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Once again, with Valentine's Day approaching, it's time to spill the spoken beans about romance. All year, every year, a good percentage of conversation is... [Read More]
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Once again, with Valentine's Day approaching, it's time to spill the spoken beans about romance. All year, every year, a good percentage of conversation is... [Read More]
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Letting a neighbor borrow a cup of sugar is so old school. Roger Thornhill noticed that Mill Valley Nextdoor listings included, in order: "Pancakes for... [Read More]
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The house was sold out when writer/comedian Larry Wilmore and journalist/author Michael Lewis taped a segment of Wilmore's podcast, "Black on the Air," on... [Read More]
At the Smith Rafael Film Center on Friday, Feb. 1, actress/director/writer Liv Ullmann was onstage talking with California Film Institute Director of Programming Richard Peterson,... [Read More]
Garden expert, longtime edible-landscaping teacher and author Robert Kourik stopped by the Luther Burbank Gardens in Santa Rosa the other day and took a look... [Read More]
In preparation for the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I - an event that left us with the War Memorial Building... [Read More]
No matter that we're not in the Super Bowl; let's hear it for the home team. The Chronicle's Native Son, Carl Nolte, insists that contrary... [Read More]
Responding to longtime campaigns in which antifur activists have lobbied for fake fur rather than real, which heated up recently in San Francisco when a... [Read More]
The subject line in an email from Mike Greensill, received Monday, brought me up short: "Wesla - Time to leave the room." ... [Read More]
The subject line in an email from Mike Greensill, received Monday, brought me up short: "Wesla — Time to leave the room." ... [Read More]
In accordance with a decision made by Mayor Ed Lee before his death in December, Mayor Mark Farrell announced on Friday, Jan. 26, that San... [Read More]
This year's version of the San Francisco Public Defenders' office calendar/annual report is themed "SF Public Defenders Go Hollywood." "For our 2017 Annual Report/2018 calendar,"... [Read More]
•Tenderloin activist Del Seymour, founder-director of Code Tenderloin - which helps prepare young people for tech jobs in that neighborhood - says that one afternoon... [Read More]
It was Friday, Jan. 12, before we got to Untitled, the fair that, along with Fog, seemed to turn the northernmost part of the city... [Read More]
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