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Who Runs San Francisco?

In his August 21 SF Examiner column, labor activist Nato Green offered a popular left analysis of who runs San Francisco: it is “the Realtors, Airbnb and sundry like-minded oligarchs who govern San Francisco through their avatar Mayor Ed Lee.” Read More » The post Who Runs San Francisco? appeared first on Beyond Chron.

‘Stop treating trans people like terrorists’: TSA stops trans DNC delegate over her ‘groin anomaly’

last monthNews : The Raw Story

A transgender delegate headed to the Democratic National Convention this week was stopped by the TSA and asked to explain a “groin anomaly” detected by airport scanners. The San Francisco Examiner reports that San Francisco-based Democratic delegate Mia Satya was stopped by TSA...

Infographic: How much are one-bedroom rents in San Francisco?

Zumper recently examined median rent prices of one-bedroom homes in San Francisco this summer...

You Know, the San Francisco Chronicle Has Always Been a Middle-Of-The-Road Publication – This is a Parked Delivery Truck

TweetSo, if you park on the double yellow line, it’s OK? I remember when they used to use big trucks, like this one driven by William Randolph Hearst III in an Examiner ad from back in the day. Anyway, the driver stops in the middle of McAllister, drops off his load, and then idly chitchats with bodega operators […]

Judges’ report finds San Francisco cops search blacks and Latinos more than whites

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Three former judges examining accusations of racial bias by police in San Francisco said in a report released on Monday that black and Hispanic people were more likely to be searched without their consent by officers than whites and Asians. The panel released its report as the United States reeled...

Jumpshot wins big with online marketers as it continues to rack up clients

SAN FRANCISCO—Jumpshot is helping marketers score with clients. The startup helps marketers examine customers’ comprehensive online journey, instead of just looking at what’s happening on one particular website. It has a unique data asset of 100 million users in 188 countries who opt in to share their clickstream data. Show More Summary

The Surprising Reason So Many Women Are Getting Rid of Their Pubic Hair

A new study from the University of California - San Francisco examines the hair habits of women—down there.

Escape From San Francisco! Home Prices, Congestion, Taxes Driving People Away

If only Kurt Russell was willing to make another “Escape” film. The post Escape From San Francisco! Home Prices, Congestion, Taxes Driving People Away was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Doctor on Demand is bringing urgent care to your phone

SAN FRANCISCO—Doctors at San Francisco-based telemedicine startup Doctor on Demand use video communication to conduct examinations with their patients, transforming the way people access medical and mental health care. In the conventional...Show More Summary

The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution – Jim Marshall's Iconic Photos Capture The Sixties San Francisco

The counter-culture movement of the 1960s is one of the most endlessly examined moments of the twentieth century. Widely regarded as the cradle of revolution, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury grew from a small neighborhood to a worldwide...Show More Summary

The High and the Low: San Francisco's Most and Least Expensive Home Sales This Week

From Pac Heights grandeur to the loftiest of Potrero Hill lofts. Welcome to the High and the Low, a new Curbed column examining the highest of the high and the lowest of the low in San Francisco real estate. Here we have the most expensive...Show More Summary

Map: 10 Real Estate Deals Poised to Remake the Tenderloin

Reddit just leased an enormous space in the middle of the Tenderloin. Will tech have its way here like it has with other San Francisco neighborhoods? The San Francisco Examiner used to call the Tenderloin "hell at your doorstep," but despite the bad rap and funky condition of the sidewalks, it's one of San Francisco's greatest neighborhoods. Show More Summary

"I had told Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone that I would cover the Patty Hearst trial..."

"... and this pushed me into examining my thoughts about California. Some of my notes from the time follow here. I never wrote the piece about the Hearst trial, but I went to San Francisco in 1976 while it was going on and tried to report it. Show More Summary

Microsoft sues U.S. to inform customers of secret data requests

SAN FRANCISCO — In the latest clash over privacy rights in the digital age, Microsoft is suing the U.S. government over a federal law that allows authorities to examine customer emails or online files without the individual's knowledge. The lawsuit comes as the tech industry is increasingly butting heads with U.S. Show More Summary

Jay Mariotti’s time at the San Francisco Examiner has come to an end

5 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Heads were turned when embattled and polarizing columnist Jay Mariotti was hired last March by the San Francisco Examiner to be their sports director.  At the time, the Examiner said they were “thrilled” to bring in “one of the bestShow More Summary

That First Drink Is a Learning Experience

In a recent study published in The Journal of Neuroscience, a research team led by Dr. Dorit Ron at the University of California, San Francisco examined whether a single exposure to alcohol can induce memory and behavioral changes that could promote future drinking.

(VIDEO) Hearst's Ad Sale Approach: Diverse Models & Partners

From its first origins in 1887 as owner of the San Francisco Examiner, Hearst has certainly changed over the years. Back then, the company had just one title. Now focused on magazines, websites and video, the publisher is more interest...Show More Summary

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