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Remembering an internet activist and innovator who fought to liberate knowledge in our annual Freedom of Information coverage
TABLEHOPPING Fill ’er up -- we’re taking a long (but worthy) journey to this Sonoma hotspot.
Don't let SXSW-fueled FOMO get to you — there's plenty going on right in our own backyard
Indie gamers swap ideas at empowering un-conference Lost Levels
An actor prepares for several comebacks in 'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me'
CAAMFest remembers legendary producer Sir Run Run Shaw
Diverse stories take to the screen in CAAMFest's documentary competition
Cheers to CAAMFest's crop of female Asian American film directors
A new look at a 20-year-old nightlife masterpiece. Plus: Martyn, Modular, Mighty Real, Rita Moreno, Portable aka Bodycode, more parties
Diablo Ballet celebrates its 20th anniversary
San Francisco continues to lead the way in the nation's environmental policy, with the Board of Supervisors on March 4 voting unanimously to bar...
Eric.L.Mar@sfgov.org, John.Avalos@sfgov.org, firstname.lastname@example.orgOPINIONWe are fighting for a soda tax because public health leaders have sounded the alarm that sugary drinks are a serious threat to...
Freedom of information can take many forms, but the principle stays the same
EDITORIALMayor Ed Lee has made a lot of promises to San Franciscans, but he has been unwilling to pay for them with money from...
A personal tale of how immigration laws divide families
A look at the winners of this year's Freedom of Information Awards