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News, Sucka Free City Bill Perry Removed from Family Court for Disturbing Blog Posts

Bill Perry Removed from Family Court for Disturbing Blog Posts

It's natural for a mother to be curious about a stranger who controls the fate of her child. So when Robin Wilson — a Mission district resident involved in a bitter custody battle over her 11-year-old daughter — learned that…
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News, The Snitch Mexican Border Crossings Lowest in Decades, Study Finds

Mexican Border Crossings Lowest in Decades, Study Finds

A new study by researchers at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs upends a lot of the conventional thinking about the effects of U.S. immigration policy -- most notably the contention that harsher security measures along…
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News, The Snitch Facebook Loophole Enables Stalkers, Study Finds

Facebook Loophole Enables Stalkers, Study Finds

Facebook users' frequent decisions to open troves of personal information to people they don't know well online is predicated on a comforting assumption: You can always "defriend" an offending party, walling him off once more from your FB profile.Yet a…
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News, The Snitch Scoot Networks, Hyped Scooter-Sharing Service, Might Run Afoul of State Law

Scoot Networks, Hyped Scooter-Sharing Service, Might Run Afoul of State Law

It's always a pleasure to see business blogs' miasmal coverage of Bay Area start-ups pierced by a ray of real journalism. On this note, we have SF Appeal to thank for asking an important question about a much-hyped new scooter-sharing…
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UC Davis Occupy Pepper Spraying Report Will Become Public, Judge Rules

It appears that more light will be shed on one of the most controversial episodes of police response to Occupy protests across the country last fall, after a judge ruled that an independent report on the pepper-spraying of peaceful protesters…
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News, The Snitch Ross Mirkarimi Plea Crisis Is 'Political Posturing,' Expert Says

Ross Mirkarimi Plea Crisis Is 'Political Posturing,' Expert Says

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón roiled the calming waters in the domestic-violence case against Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi yesterday, telling the editorial board of the San Francisco Chronicle he has doubts about proceeding with a plea bargain struck earlier this…
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News, The Snitch Ross Mirkarimi May Have Scuttled Own Plea Deal with Comments to Press

Ross Mirkarimi May Have Scuttled Own Plea Deal with Comments to Press

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón raised the possibility that his office might back out of a plea deal in the domestic-violence case against Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi today, citing indications from Mirkarimi and his friends that the sheriff does not…
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News, The Snitch Does San Diego Discriminate Against Thong-Wearing Gay Men?

Does San Diego Discriminate Against Thong-Wearing Gay Men?

One might think that men clad in briefs, or scantier apparel, have become an accepted part of the public square since the much-noted antics of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner. Not so, according to a federal civil-rights lawsuit filed against…
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News, The Snitch Kim Ferguson, Owner of Slain Poodle, Wants Canine Assailant Put Down

Kim Ferguson, Owner of Slain Poodle, Wants Canine Assailant Put Down

Angst over San Francisco's poorly enforced dog-leash laws was revived last week when a poodle was allegedly killed by an out-of-control mastiff in Huntington Park. Police continue to search for the owner of the dog that was running off-leash when…
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News, The Snitch Ross Mirkarimi Update: Eliana Lopez Video Admissible, Appeals Panel Rules

Ross Mirkarimi Update: Eliana Lopez Video Admissible, Appeals Panel Rules

In the latest of a string of pre-trial successes for prosecutors, a San Francisco Superior Court appellate panel ruled today that a video of Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi's wife describing how he physically abused her can be admitted as evidence in…
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News, The Snitch Santorum Gaining Ground Among California GOP Voters

Santorum Gaining Ground Among California GOP Voters

Mitt Romney, the leading contender for the GOP presidential nomination, has to watch his back among voters in California's Republican primary, according to a new poll.The poll from the Public Policy Institute of California shows that U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum…
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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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