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CAIR-SFBA Official and Muslim American Advocate Speaks at Newsroom by the Bay
We Shot the War: At First Glance
The Trace’s Akoto Ofori-Atta Talks Gun Violence
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San Francisco Travel Journal: North Beach
Q&A: Patrons of City Lights Booksellers and Publishers
Fashion on the Streets of San Francisco
The Beat on the Street
Stanford’s Archive of Recorded Sound is Celebrating its 60th Anniversary. Here’s What We Learned.

Stanford’s Archive of Recorded Sound is Celebrating its 60th Anniversary. Here’s What We Learned.

July 6, 2018

A Student News Site of Newsroom by the Bay Looks Into What it Means to be American

A Student News Site of Newsroom by the Bay Looks Into What it Means to be American

July 5, 2018

A Meal with Richard Taylor: My Experience

A Meal with Richard Taylor: My Experience

July 3, 2018

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The Beat Museum Needs More Beatniks

Sammie Woolley, Staff Writer | July 6, 2018

When walking through the first floor of the Beat Museum, visitors first find themselves attracted to the picturesque setup of the museum ― the vinyls set up in the middle of the store, the book stand with a sign that says “banned books.”   Visitors then approach the area past the entrance. In the middle of the section where the museum begins, there is a glass display case with newspaper...

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Exploring Culinary Culture in American Cuisine at San Fransisco’s Pier 39

Lita Elkendier, Staff Writer | July 5, 2018

Over 20,000 people visit Pier 39 on a daily basis, passing by dozens of restaurants, attractions and shops in waves. In all of the hustle and bustle, making a choice on the perfect place for a food break is likely to come down to which restaurant boasts the largest and flashiest sign and which of their names is the most well-known.   Just to the side of the main boulevard, overshadowed...

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The Student News Site of Newsroom by the Bay
The Student News Site of Newsroom by the Bay