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Tagged with: New York Times

Wildly inaccurate story leads to death threats for activist, 48hills writer

Lisa Gray Garcia, who writes as Tiny, gets attacked after New York Post does a sensational story about her work with UCLA medical students.

The New York Times lauds Garry Tan—and it’s really pathetic

A front-page profile turns San Francisco into a parody and so badly misses the point that it's an embarrassment.

Armed troops in the Tenderloin? Plus: Is SF really ‘pro-housing …

... And if we can't trust Boeing or big shipping companies, why are we trusting the makers of robo-vehicles?

Yes, ‘One Love’—but here’s the real takeaway from Bob Marley & The Wailers

His group's supreme musicality can get lost in legacy. Let's take a moment to remember the beats.

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Screen Grabs: Look out, there’s an Oscar in your shorts

This year's nominated animated, live action, and documentary shorts are a mixed bag, but there are some rewarding watches.

San Jose hardcore legend Eugene Robinson is a Bay institution. A new memoir tells his tale

The journalist and Oxbow singer refuses to hold back.

Henry Hoke’s queer Hollywood mountain lion sticks a paw into the climate crisis

Sink your claws into the brief, powerful 'Open Throat.'

New Music Book Club launches! Join us

Online community features interviews and insights from writers like Ann Powers, Dan Charnas, Danyel Smith, Pamela Des Barres, and DJ Disciple

Organized retail theft is not driving chain stores out of San Francisco

Even the retailers admit this. And yet, the media narrative endures.