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News, The Snitch Nonprofit Says Producers, Not Taxpayers, Should Pay for Excess Trash

Nonprofit Says Producers, Not Taxpayers, Should Pay for Excess Trash

A report released yesterday claims that the United States throws away billions of dollars of reusable resources every year - $11.4 billion to be exact.Of the total solid waste coming out of our country, more than 40 percent is made…
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News, Feature The Vanguard Foundation's Great Con

The Vanguard Foundation's Great Con

Illustration by Stuart Bradford. It meant the world to Myra Levy to send her annual donation to the Vanguard Public Foundation, a public grant-maker dedicated to funding grassroots nonprofits often too radical to receive mainstream funding. For 30 years…
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News, The Snitch City College Gets Money to Train Former Prisoners

City College Gets Money to Train Former Prisoners

San Francisco's City College scored over $6 million from the Health Care Innovation Awards to help former prisoners become community health workers.The grant will be used to facilitate the Post-Prison Health Worker Certificate Program, which trains inmates to use their…
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News, The Snitch FDA Approves Drug That Reduces the Spread of HIV

FDA Approves Drug That Reduces the Spread of HIV

Truvada, the first drug shown to drastically reduce the spread of HIV, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration today as a successful preventative measure for people at high risk of contracting the virus. Produced by Foster City-based biotech company Gilead…
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News, The Snitch Oakland's Ballpark Is Veggie-Friendlier Than San Francisco's

Oakland's Ballpark Is Veggie-Friendlier Than San Francisco's

Some vegetarian baseball fans out there might have been surprised to read the news in the Chronicle today that noted San Francisco's AT&T Park is no longer the veggie-friendliest baseball stadium in the country. In fact, it's not even on…
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News, The Snitch Families of Gender Nonconforming and Transgender Kids to Convene in Berkeley

Families of Gender Nonconforming and Transgender Kids to Convene in Berkeley

Berkeley will be hosting the 2012 Gender Spectrum Family Conference, a "gathering dedicated solely to the needs of gender nonconforming children and teens, their loved ones, and the community of professionals who surround them."The aim of this conference is to…
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News, The Snitch Lesbians Take on a New Role in Campaign Fundraising With Super PAC

Lesbians Take on a New Role in Campaign Fundraising With Super PAC

Being a part of the LGBT community used to be an automatic disqualifier for public officials. It's still a big deal when they do come out as homosexual, and many find their political careers go down the tubes when they're…
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News, The Snitch Mayor Ed Lee's Stop-and-Frisk Policy Is Giving San Franciscans Something to Protest

Mayor Ed Lee's Stop-and-Frisk Policy Is Giving San Franciscans Something to Protest

Not surprisingly, the news that Mayor Ed Lee was considering implementing a stop-and-frisk policy in this liberal bastion sent plenty of San Franciscans reeling. The impetus behind the mayor's idea is to put a clamp on the never-ending gun violence…
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News, The Snitch Bayview-Hunters Point Community Weighs in on Navy's Plan for Superfund Site

Bayview-Hunters Point Community Weighs in on Navy's Plan for Superfund Site

Many San Franciscans were unaware of a local Superfund site in the Hunters Point Shipyard until there was a fire in the landfill in 2000. The fire occurred on the most contaminated portion of property in San Francisco.Now there's a…
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News, The Snitch Bacterial Vaginosis Leads to Higher Transmission of HIV

Bacterial Vaginosis Leads to Higher Transmission of HIV

A new study published last month reported findings that show a link between bacterial vaginosis and higher HIV transmission rates. Specifically, women are at a greater risk of contracting HIV and become three times more likely to pass it on…
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News, The Snitch Mayor Ed Lee Gets a Friendly Letter From NYC Politician About Stop & Frisk Policy

Mayor Ed Lee Gets a Friendly Letter From NYC Politician About Stop & Frisk Policy

New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams sent Mayor Ed Lee a letter to offer a little advice in regards to his controversial statements about possibly implementing a stop-and-frisk plan in San Francisco, similar to the practices in NYC.A self-described "strong…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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