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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Paper Trails: In This Week's Issue

Posted By on Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 11:40 AM

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Who needs a paper to read the paper? Check out stories from this week's issue (though if you do pick up a hard copy, please note our cool new glossy covers).

Ashley Harrell writes about the perils of picking up and keeping a good man -- even a homeless one -- in San Francisco in "Girl Game."  

Peter Jamison writes about the local San Francisco State student photographer who invoked the state's Shield Law to avoid turning over his photos of a Bayview murder scene over to the cops. All good and fine, except that the photographer then submitted them to a college photography contest.

Remember that whole billion-dollar Central Subway project? Matt Smith write about how the feds are demanding some accountability from Muni before they'll pony up the money to make the project go.  

Our social media critic dissects what exactly it means when your acolytes stop following you on Twitter.


Our movie critic is ho-hum about Brooklyn's Finest, Antoine Fuqua's latest cop movie starring Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke and Don Cheadle. 

Our book critic delves into Russian Lit and the woman who writes about people reading it in The Possessed.

Evan James previews the charms of watching the Oscars (yes, this Sunday!) at the Roxie.

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