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For more than five decades, documentary photographer Ken Light has been shooting Americans without seeing the religion in his images. He made pictures of evangelists... [Read More]
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Harry W. Anderson, a flat-topped dorm food distributor who, on the side, built one of the most valuable collections of American postwar art in private... [Read More]
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After all that has been said about the kidnapping and subsequent turnabout of Hillsborough heiress Patty Hearst, it took New Yorker legal writer Jeffrey Toobin... [Read More]
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Francis "Jeep" Sanza, a beer truck driver and milkman who got his work experience driving for Gen. George S. Patton during World War II, died... [Read More]
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Since its opening in 1950, the sunken-pit gymnasium at Riordan High School has been an aspirational symbol for boys on parish school basketball teams in... [Read More]
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The first person to approach the kiosk marked "Unofficial Department of Handshakes" in the lobby of San Francisco City Hall was not interested in shaking... [Read More]
April 4, 1968, was a Thursday, and Martin Luther King Jr. was shot to death just after 6 p.m. in Memphis, 4 p.m. Pacific time.... [Read More]
April 4, 1968, was a Thursday, and Martin Luther King Jr. was shot to death just after 6 p.m. in Memphis, 4 p.m. Pacific time.... [Read More]
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The parent company of listener-funded radio station KPFA-FM is aiming to keep the station on the air with an emergency $2 million bridge loan to... [Read More]
Promoter Boots Hughston, rejected over and over by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission in his bid to stage a free 50th Anniversary Summer... [Read More]
After nearly 70 years on the air and on the brink, Berkeley-based KPFA-FM could be facing the end of its run as the a pioneering,... [Read More]
When independent curator Ann Jastrab called gallery owner Karen Jenkins-Johnson to ask if she could bring a photography class by for a tour, Jenkins said... [Read More]
Ray "Bones" Bandar, a biologist and high school science teacher who kept 6,000 animal skulls in his basement and moose antlers in the bathtub of... [Read More]
The Summer of Love has given way to autumn frost, snowflakes in winter, budding bulbs and a spring bloom, all in 12 minutes at the... [Read More]
The Chapel marquee read "Country Joe's 50th Anniversary & Farewell to San Francisco Show," and when the doors opened, a long line of fans rushed... [Read More]
The Chapel marquee read "Country Joe's 50th Anniversary & Farewell to San Francisco Show," and when the doors opened a long line of fans rushed... [Read More]
A three-month-old girl riding on BART with her parents Saturday afternoon suffered a medical emergency and did not survive. ... [Read More]
Honoring a holiday tradition, Governor Jerry Brown pardoned 132 people for their crimes and commuted the sentences of 19 more, his office announced Saturday. ... [Read More]
Having just started her first job as a historic preservationist in California, Anthea Hartig decided she needed to do field research at a traditional Christmas... [Read More]
Rod Dibble, the hands at the keys of one of the last piano bars in Oakland, has died, ending a half-century run at the Alley,... [Read More]
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