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Twisted Tale of a Groupie Let's hope it's not a trend: And what exactly is a "successful" murderer groupie? This girl . Why is her story something…
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An Apple for a Teacher Kudos: Having been an Apple fan for a few years now, I have come to appreciate the iPad as a possible device for my father to use . He's…
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News, The Snitch The 6,500 Club: The Fuck-It-Gimme-A-Dollar Guy

The 6,500 Club: The Fuck-It-Gimme-A-Dollar Guy

There are approximately 6,500 homeless people living on the streets of San Francisco. These are their stories.…
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Boulder Plan Does Not Rock Sandbags could save surfers: There is an alternative to dumping riprap (boulders and rocks) on the beach to respond to the emergency situation at Sloat and Great Highway ["Wave Goodbye," Chris Roberts, Sucka Free City,…
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A Pair of "Cute" Rebuts Infestation explanation: Just to fill in the blanks on a few thoughts provoked by "Too Cute to Shoot" . The sea lion population is high, not because of the Marine Mammal Protection…
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People Write Stuff About "The Wrong Stuff" You win some: Great job on the Gavin Newsom article . I had heard great things about Newsom before moving to the city, but could not understand…
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To Cast a Predator Just plane offensive: Come on now, guys! Were all of the editor-types asleep at the wheel when dreaming up the composition of the "Predators Are Free to Move About the Cabin" cover ?…
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News, The Snitch Shameless Self-Promotion Department: SF Weekly Writers Take Home Awards Over Weekend

Shameless Self-Promotion Department: SF Weekly Writers Take Home Awards Over Weekend

Two of our writers took home first place awards from two different competitions over the weekend. Our columnist Katy St. Clair, who pens Bouncer was awarded first place in the category of humor columns by the National Society of Newspaper…
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Room and Hoard You make me wanna throw out: I wish there were more effective ways to address the issue of hoarding, and that enforcement measures had more teeth . It would be one thing…
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Fish Story "Scalawags" doesn't hold water: Thank you for the Page Six–worthy journalism highlighting the real issues at Fisherman's Wharf . I know the dead salmon story has been done by every…
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A Multidimensional Monster "Fleshed" out, indeed: I appreciate the well-written articles SF Weekly puts out. It's refreshing to read articles with a full scope of issues along with in-depth descriptions, compared to all the slop that circulates as news in…
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Real Student Life 101 Addicts are people, too: Thanks to Trey Bundy for not portraying Steve and Rex as just some loser junkies, but as two people with other things going on, and their addiction as one of the many…
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The RAT Takes the Cheese It's not entrapment, it's an "opportunity": Entrapment? Give me a break ! Entrapment would look like this: The police approach a person and say, "Hey, see that bum over there?…
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No Room for Debate Those darn kids: I was surprised by the description of the roommate collective in Cole Valley . Not at the physical conditions, but at the shallowness of the people.…
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Class War Less Soviet, more Swedish: I want to commend Ashley Harrell on her article on principal Gil Cho . Her research painted a picture of a man who has spent two decades getting away with…
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It Moved People and Papers She's a hero, not a snitch: Kudos to Ashley Harrell for a well-written, well-researched, and brave story on a brave person . Considering how honorable Deanna Johnson's deed was, though, is "snitch" really…
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