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It's Raining!
Scott Lucas | October 20, 2014

 

Did you feel that? For a hot second, water was actually fallingfrom the sky...

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Does Libby Schaaf Have the Inside Track on the Oakland Mayor’s Race?
Randy Shaw | October 20, 2014

 

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Consultants for Chaos
Christopher Caen | October 20, 2014

 

As the 2014 political circus nears its grand finale, San Francisco magazine peers under the big top. Here, a series of insider stories about issues, candidates, and races both important and absurd. ...

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20 Stories From the Last Ten Years of the Bay Guardian's Archives
Scott Lucas | October 17, 2014

 

After Wednesday's final issue of the Bay Guardian, the website of the venerable alt-weekly...

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Science Proves It: The Giants Will Win the World Series
Scott Lucas | October 17, 2014

 

Perhaps you noticed: The Giants are going to the World Series! They clinched their third championship birth in five years with a dramatic walkoff victory last...

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There's Still Time to Catch Litquake This Weekend
Graham Hacia | October 17, 2014

 

Although Litquake is nearing its inevitable end, there are still tons of poets, novelists, essayists, comic book authors, and travel and nonfiction writers to be seen...

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Tales From the Brink: An Oral History of the Loma Prieta Earthquake
Interviews by Adam L. Brinklow, Andrea Powell, and Kate Van Brocklin | October 17, 2014

 

Editor's Note: This is one of many stories about earthquakes past and future that...

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The Next Big One Is Coming—Ready or Not
Ethan Watters | October 17, 2014

 

Editor's Note: This is the first of many stories about earthquakes past and future that San Francisco is publishing over the next month, all part of our October cover package, "...

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Five Reasons to Hit up South Lake Tahoe This Fall
Jenna Scatena | October 17, 2014

 

During the summer South Lake Tahoe might be packed with casino day-trippers, frat boys, and large family reunions, but autumn is another story. With temperatures clearing the 60s...

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Litquake's Homestretch
Graham Hacia | October 16, 2014

Although Litquake is nearing its inevitable end, there are still tons of poets, novelists, essayists, comic book authors and travel and nonfiction writers to be seen before its Saturday night close.

http://www.litquake....

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Litquake's Homestretch
Graham Hacia | October 16, 2014

Although Litquake is nearing its inevitable end, there are still tons of poets, novelists, essayists, comic book authors and travel and nonfiction writers to be seen before its Saturday night close.

http://www.litquake....

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