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News, Matt Smith California Culinary Academy Settles Lawsuit With Students for Millions

California Culinary Academy Settles Lawsuit With Students for Millions

The lawyers wanted to prove Matt Foist was dumb. He recalls attorneys questioning him for hours about his decision to enroll in the California Culinary Academy, a for-profit school in Potrero Hill. "At the end of the day I just…
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News, The Snitch Woot! Clarion Award for Eliza Strickland

Woot! Clarion Award for Eliza Strickland

The Association for Women in Communications awarded former staff writer Eliza Strickland a Clarion Award for her story, "Burnt Chefs." Check out the story here. And congrats to Eliza!…
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News, The Snitch SF Weekly Writer Nominated for James Beard Award

SF Weekly Writer Nominated for James Beard Award

Our office foodies were so busy drooling over the many fine San Francisco restaurants and chefs nominated for James Beard awards that we forgot to mention something closer to home. Former staff writer Eliza Strickland has been nominated for…
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Students file class-action lawsuit against California Culinary Academy

Le Cordon Blah The peanut-butter-and-jelly-pizza class project was definitely a red flag. But for those who say they've been wronged by the California Culinary Academy, the alleged lack of skill demonstrated by some students who were allowed to pass through…
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High Crimes She doesn't have balls!: I have often been critical of the assholes who write for the "Geekly." Finally, you've found a journalist with some real balls who writes readable, straight copy. Unfortunately, her name is Eliza Strickland. She…
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Dogs on Meds Can't teach an old dog new tics: Eliza Strickland's article was e-mailed to me by a member of Bay Team Agility. I own a border collie who is sound-sensitive and, if allowed, will…
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Pet Noir: An Anthology of Strange But True Pet Crime Stories

Edited by Shannon O'Leary Manic D Press (December), $13.95 When the sun goes down on the naked city, it ain't the man with the gun you need to keep an eye on — it's the gerbil with the teeth. In…
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It's Never Done Where's Dad?: While I enjoyed Eliza Strickland's "Mother's Work," I found it one-dimensional. Often, the reason employers do not want mothers as workers is because — quell surprise — they don't work as much as…
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Girls who like boys who like boys Judging books by their covers: Most yaoi manga isn't as extreme as the examples shown. Way to scare people into thinking all yaoi manga is two half-dog stepbrothers screwing. That's a small portion…
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Better Haight Than Never Extreme measures: I read Eliza Strickland's article "Whose Haight?" and my heart went out to those poor street kids who were forced to overhear Opera in the Park. I attended that event and noticed…
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When in Jerusalem Kaplan slips: Lee Kaplan continues spewing his rage against those who dare criticize Israel or America's support of it by raking reporter Eliza Strickland over the coals for her story ["Disturbing the…
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Let's Get Sarcastic Rock 'n' roll suicide — don't do it!: I am writing to let you know how much I object to the title of Jennifer Maerz's music column Let's Get Killed. I know it's not meant literally. But…
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