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Painter Prophet of Modernism

By Sura Wood | Feb 14
Going to the exhibition "Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia" at the Legion of Honor is like visiting a beloved old friend; it's an antidote to Super Bowl fatigue or whatever ails you.

Indie As They Wanna Be

By David Lamble | Feb 14
The 18th SF Independent Film Festival (SF IndieFest) is certainly not a supercharged, glamorpuss event, and its actors-writers-directors-editors-cinematographers are decidedly unsung, even in their own bedrooms.

SF Readies Condom Campaigns to Reduce STDs

By Matthew S. Bajko | Feb 14
Messages about the use of prophylactics are returning as a way to combat rising rates of sexually transmitted diseases other than HIV.

Proposed Sex Offender Clinic Roils San Francisco Neighborhood

By Sari Staver | Feb 14
At the standing-room-only meeting some 200 residents, many wearing nametags that said "I Have A Question," heard gay Supervisor Scott Wiener promise that the move "was not a done deal."

Some Key Opinions From Justice Antonin Scalia

Feb 13
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the conservative and provocative judge who died at age 79, was known for pointed language, fiercely held opinions and a sardonic wit that at times invoked fairy tales, foreigners and hippies.

Reaction to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's Death

Feb 13
Influential conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died in West Texas, the U.S. Marshals Service said on Saturday. He was 79. Reaction to his death follows.

In Victory Or Dissent, Scalia Was A Man Of Strong Opinions

By Mark Sherman | Feb 13
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia kept your attention, whether you liked him or not. He was a big personality who rather enjoyed the spotlight, and he did not often shy from controversy.

Justice Antonin Scalia Dead At 79

Feb 13
Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court, has died. He was 79.

As Teeth-Chattering Temps Move In, Officials Urge Caution

By Colleen Long | Feb 13
Bitter temperatures and biting winds had much of the northeastern United States bundling up for the some of the worst cold of the winter - a snap so bad it forced an ice festival in Central Park to cancel and caused an Interstate pileup that killed three.

Sen. Cory Booker Uses Book To Trace Story Of Political Rise

By Josh Cornfield | Feb 13
In his first book, "United," Sen. Cory Booker traces his political rise from a councilman in Newark to the mayor to U.S. senator through stories about the people he learned from or was inspired by along the way.

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