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Culture, The Exhibitionist #SFBorn: 10 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were from San Francisco

#SFBorn: 10 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were from San Francisco

1. Monica Lewinsky (former White House intern known for the Lewinsky…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism For Locals: Robert Frost Monument Marks Origin of Poet's Life

Tourism For Locals: Robert Frost Monument Marks Origin of Poet's Life

He was a revolutionary poet of the 20th century and achieved what few poets could in their lifetimes: fame and recognition for their work. Robert Frost became an American institution and his prolific repertoire of poetry collections won both…
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News, The Snitch Downtown Building Owner Tired of Graffiti Fires Back With This Excellent Poem

Downtown Building Owner Tired of Graffiti Fires Back With This Excellent Poem

We always appreciate a healthy release of anger, especially when it takes the form of rhythmic verse. Thanks to SF Citizen, which snapped this before-and-after photo of an empty downtown building that's currently the site of prolific graffiti, not prolific…
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Calendar, Night&Day All the Difference

All the Difference

She stood at the lectern and said this: “I know there’s something better down the road./We need to find a place where we are safe.” In front of her, two million people. At her back, a soul singer with a…
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Calendar, Night&Day An Evening With Robert Pinsky

An Evening With Robert Pinsky

The former United States Poet Laureate speaks about the road he took -- that of a poet laureate. Pinsky, who looks like he popped out of a Robert Frost inaugural address (a very dapper literary sort), reigned from 1997 to…
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Calendar, Night&Day Song of Yourself

Song of Yourself

Reading a poem at City Hall is usually the dominion of poet laureates and labor organizers from the 1930s. But the city has not given up on the common man's desire to recite verse under a cupola, even if today's…
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