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Tutu hasty to judge Blood, sweat, and free physical therapy: Ballet is difficult and injuries happen — that is obvious . However, what is extraordinary is the excellent physical care San Francisco Ballet dancers enjoy. When…
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News, Matt Smith

The Pork Park

When a public official employs treachery, pork-barrel politics, and doublespeak in the name of good policy, what is a priggish columnist to do? In the case of Nancy "Porkmistress" Pelosi's apparent gambit to make it easier for the federal government…
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News, Sucka Free City

Natural Cool

The new $144 million federal building at 7th and Mission has been heralded as an architectural marvel, not to mention an example of how behemoth office buildings can go green. Everyone involved in the project has bragged about how the…
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News, Postscript Postscript

Postscript

"The fire department will have little trouble quenching any conflagration that may arise within its walls," wrote the San Francisco Call about the Old Mint, or what was then the rather new Mint, in 1874, "and unless an earthquake gives…
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News, Feature

Splendor in the Court

At the core of the renovated federal Court of Appeals building in San Francisco is a new library. The room is furnished in a rich, butterscotch-colored maple that stretches from custom-built bookcases to carefully framed ceiling panels. Natural light filters…
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