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Oklahoma’s possible hoodie ban supports racial profiling

People cover their heads for many reasons – to avoid a nasty sunburn, to hide an embarrassing pimple, or even to…

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Doubtfire on fire

Story by Tami Benedict and Olympia Zampathas   One of San Francisco’s cherished tourist locations was set ablaze last night. Around…

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The Sound of Odd Numbers: Tommy Boys

The first installment of a larger project by Lorisa Salvatin Although their music once consisted mostly of traditional, off-beat math rock licks, Tommy…

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The Interview – a breakdown of the shakedown

So, assuming that you’re not totally disconnected from the media, you’ve probably heard that a certain movie that was supposed to…

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Ryan De La Hoz’s Cool Try Pop-up Shop

The rain had just begun to fall down, but people arrived early for the first opening of Cool Try. Plastic mini basket…

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Haters gonna hate, but that doesn’t stop TSwift: a review of 1989

Seems like the haters really are not making much of an impact on Taylor Swift as of lately. Her newest album,…

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Distribution

This magazine is freely distributed at these locations Castro – Five Star Truffles 4251 18th Street – Firewood Cafe 4248 18th…

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Start your holiday shopping at the 2014 Renegade Craft Fair

The Renegade Craft Fair is kicking off its annual Holiday Market Tour at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion (November 8th…

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Home

Written and filmed by Andrew Cullen Photos by Jessica Christian Stand at the end of Fourteenth Street in West Oakland. This…

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Pitch Black Symphony

Written By Chantel Genest Photographed by Lorisa Salvatin You are acutely aware of a bang and a roar, a drum cymbal…

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Piers, Pikachu, and Pinballs: A Guide to SF Arcades

Written by Justice Boles Photos by  Jenny Sokolova You walk into the bottom of Cesar Chavez. You’re hungry, the smell of…

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Fur and Loving: Unzipping the SF Furry Culture

Written by Chantel Genest A purple fox is spotted walking upright on Harrison Street in the Mission District. It halts at the corner,…

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