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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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Tagged with: Trump

Eating Our Own: What a 1973 sci-fi movie says about the reality of 2022

Soylent Green predicted an apocalypse that isn't far from the truth. The problem is runaway Capitalism.

On normalizing relations with Cuba, where is Nancy Pelosi?

SF's rep hasn't joined her Bay Area Democratic colleagues in urging Biden to end the economic blockade.

Excellent reads that grabbed hold and shook us in 2021

Black food history, wildlife encounters, basketball heroes, and more transformed our thought patterns last year.

Reflections from a trip to Cuba

US faith leaders head to the island nation to bring medical supplies—and counter US propaganda.

Screen Grabs: Facing the country’s challenges, from Pearl Harbor to COVID’s first wave

Exhibit at the Disney museum examines Walt's role in WWII—and 'First Wave' tackles the pandemic's arrival in NYC.

The deep problem with the Glasgow summit that leads to failure

The global elites ask none of the insanely rich to give up anything, and let oil companies off the hook—while they seek sacrifice from the rest of us. Not going to work.

Recalls are for losers

People who couldn't win the first time are using a new tactic that we should oppose on principle.

Screen Grabs: Real horror in the Capitol

New doc details January 6 insurrection. Plus, three more seasonally appropriate thriller-chillers

How Todd Haynes captured The Velvet Underground’s transgressive impact

New doc's director speaks about the personal and cultural shockwave of the seminal '60s band.

Giants workers get record contract

Threat of playoff strike leads to a big win—but COVID is still a serious threat to the people who staff ballpark concessions.