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National Park Officials Propose New Bonfire Rules For San Francisco's Ocean Beach
Officials in charge of maintaining San Francisco's Ocean Beach are proposing to change rules governing fires on the beach to address issues of excess garbage and crime.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Globe and Mail
Russia orders Canadian diplomat to leave country
Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a nationally televised question-and-answer session in Moscow on April 17, 2014.
A Native Returns: Scene Figurehead Jess Scott's New Band Flesh World Comes Home to S.F.
In a music scene full of transplants from other cities, Jess Scott carries the distinction of hailing from San Francisco.
Five great ways to celebrate International Earth Day
Just a few days after giving birth, I recall the first celebration of Earth Day.
The Big Valley Travel Club offers trips to games at the Oakland Coliseum and San Francisco through May 5. Call 634-6804 for information on dates, times and cost.
Codeine frequently given to children in the ER, despite alternatives
Codeine, an opiate valued for its sedative and painkilling properties, is still given to children visiting hospital emergency rooms despite documented risks, says a new study by researchers at the Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco.
Inner Wheel Club of Laurencekirk
The members of the Inner Wheel Club were once again privileged to welcome Nila Monkton as the guest speaker, at the monthly meeting held last week at the Panmure Arms Hotel, Edzell.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Residents try to designate Mission a Latino cultural district
A window ledge on 24th Street contains reminders of people and businesses that have disappeared over the years as home and retail prices have risen in San Francisco's Mission District, driving longtime residents out.
The Sunnyvale Sun
San Francisco: Salon Dore exhibit back at Legion of Honor
The Salon Dore exhibit, a recreation of an 18th century Parisian room originally from the Hotel de La Tremoille, has undergone a painstaking 18-month restoration and is once again open to the public at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.
Las Vegas on the Black Sea? Putin's Weird Plan for Crimean Casinos
Russian President Vladimir Putin has crusaded against gambling, calling it a dangerous addiction and a magnet for organized crime.
Family goes for a year without sugar
Inspired by a video exploring the damage caused by sugary foods, one family went without sugar for an entire year-and lived to tell about it.
Asia News Network
SINGAPORE: Russia's renewed charm offensive in the East
After the US, it's now Russia's turn for an Asia "pivot". Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recently took no less than two days off handling the Ukraine crisis for a trip to Beijing, in preparation for President Vladimir Putin's visit to China, scheduled for next month.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Kwock, who is board-certified by the American Board of Radiology, received a medical degree from Tulane University, New Orleans; did internship training at University of California, San Francisco, and residency training at University of Illinois, Chicago.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
How to Quit Sugar for a Year
One woman's quest to eliminate the sweet stuff, and how she felt when she came out the other side.
Russia favours closer economic ties with China
The country eyes closer economic ties with China, with bilateral trade's turnover expected to reach $100 billion next year, Russia's deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Friday.
Easter, Earth Day, Cherry Blossoms and 420: How to Get Around SF This Weekend
The only place you may want to drive in San Francisco this weekend, is in a parade.
Earth Day 2014: What You Need to Know About Food and How to Celebrate in the Bay Area
On April 22, the Bay Area - and the rest of the country and, presumably, the planet - will celebrate the earth.
Workshops promote clowning around
Many children, at one point, dream of running away with the circus but they usually lose interest by the time they finish elementary school.
Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich bemoan the lack of VIP treatment as...
'Don't you know who I am?' Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich bemoan the lack of VIP treatment as they're told to join the queue on American trip They found fame on reality TV in Australia but Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich have discovered their celebrity status doesn't mean much in the USA.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Two EUs Race to the Finish in the Caucasus
Armenia may now sign on to the Moscow-led Eurasian Union by the end of April, roughly a month before neighboring Georgia is slated to enter a free-trade and political pact with the European Union.