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Fifty years after he last put on his pads, former Sequoia High football player Frank Enriquez arrived at the home of teammate Don Simoni wearing... [Read More]
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San Francisco is stepping up efforts to remake the Embarcadero in light of two very different threats, the ever-present danger of earthquakes and the long-term... [Read More]
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Call it "a guilt hike," if you want. Start Thanksgiving Day with a short, close-to-home getaway. Then, with calories burned and a clear conscience,... [Read More]
With the arrival of the holiday season, it's important to remember to help those who are in need of assistance. Thankfully, the charitable Chronicle... [Read More]
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When I asked one poultry producer recently to name something his industry thinks about that consumers don't, he replied, "Beaks and butts." This was his... [Read More]
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Seven hours before tip-off Wednesday night against his former team, Kevin Durant told a large scrum of reporters that he was over talking about his... [Read More]
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The Trump administration's boundless determination to destroy President Barack Obama's health care reform appears to be matched only by Americans' eagerness to sustain it. Even... [Read More]
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Even for a company steeped in stretching the legal limits, Uber's admission of a major data breach is stunning. The ride-sharing giant hid the hack... [Read More]
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Hot off the presses, here are your latest power rankings of Bay Area sports-team owners. ... [Read More]
"What are the pros and cons of independent work?" ... [Read More]
In a "Girls of the Golden West" pre-premiere conversation onstage at the San Francisco Opera House on Tuesday, Nov. 21, director/librettist Peter Sellars, along with... [Read More]
Coffee customers at 7-Eleven stores in California soon will be seeing notices that their brew contains a chemical that may cause cancer. ... [Read More]
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Fallout from Uber's massive data breach could include legal actions against the ride-hailing company over its yearlong cover-up. ... [Read More]
Tags: Uber - Fallout - August
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Nearly 20 years ago, Berkeley resident Joan Blades co-founded what would become the progressive behemoth MoveOn.org. She and her husband, Wes Boyd, who made a... [Read More]
It's that time. Time to give thanks to the Bay Area sports scene. ... [Read More]
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For the 49ers, there is good news about sporting a 1-9 record: It puts them in a good spot to grab other team's castoffs. ... [Read More]
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A list of reads from the Chronicle's Food Team for your holiday enjoyment. [Read More]
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The simmering debate over whether gig economy workers should be considered employees or independent contractors has spread to janitorial services. ... [Read More]
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Still without Thanksgiving plans? As of press time, these San Francisco restaurants had reservations available on Thanksgiving, and come recommended from our Chronicle food team.... [Read More]
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Fashion is in the air in the early part of the week, as "The Fashion Police" comes to an end on E Monday and CBS... [Read More]
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