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SF Weekly Letters July 9-15, 2014

Smoke Out New fire pit rules extinguish all the fun: Geez, I can't remember how many times we would get the "free" wood pallets from behind Safeway and drag them down to the beach, light them up and hang out…
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Dining, Eat Comics Issue 2014: Learning to See How the Land Provides

Comics Issue 2014: Learning to See How the Land Provides

Food & Drink Editor Anna Roth goes to the ends of the city with forager Iso Rabins to learn how to see the edible world all around us.​ Click here to read a larger version of this comic and the…
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SF Weekly Letters December 4-10, 2013

The Dark Side of Flour Good information on flour, keep it coming: So glad to see this trend! But I would like to see more discussion of the issue of mycotoxins in food as well ["There Will Be Bread," Anna…
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SF Weekly Letters November 27-December 3, 2013

Rocky Road Article provides in-depth look at Internet drug world: This is an excellently written article, one that offers a strong overview of the situation . For those among us who frequented the…
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Dining, Bouncer More Bars in More Places: Bouncer Signs Off

More Bars in More Places: Bouncer Signs Off

Composer John Cage was big on something called "chance operations." He would use the I Ching to help him write, compose, and make art by tossing the tiles and using the random symbols that came up to lead him to…
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News, Feature The Pilgrimage Issue: True Tales from the Road

The Pilgrimage Issue: True Tales from the Road

Photograph of backroads between Los Banos and Gustine, Calif. by Alexia Aubault. We could have called this "The Travel Issue," but mere travel is not what we were after. We wanted to go beyond the two-dimensional, picture-postcard experience of…
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SF Weekly Letters

Flipside of Little Spain Reader tastes something different at Coqueta: Did Anna Roth and I eat at the same restaurant ? I've been to Coqueta three times and each time enjoyed everything I ate…
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Funding Ideas Entrepreneurs should take note: How exciting, I hope all those young entrepreneurs out there are taking notes . Hopefully all those bright, ambitious young people with great products will make it into investor…
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SF Weekly Letters

Stripping Down City PoliticsResident thinks Scott Wiener is a great asset to the city: I am a native San Franciscan and I support Scott Wiener 100 percent . As for this city becoming too expensive,…
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Dining, SFoodie Meet Anna Roth, S.F. Weekly's New Lead Food Critic

Meet Anna Roth, S.F. Weekly's New Lead Food Critic

Here's some good news from the food desk: Starting July 16, author/editor/good person Anna Roth will take over the role of S.F. Weekly's lead food writer, restaurant critic, and SFoodie blog wrangler.You might know Roth from her work at eHow Food,…
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