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Tool performs tribute to Neil Peart during San Diego concert

Tool performs tribute to Neil Peart during San Diego concert

Tool performed a live tribute to Rush drummer Neil Peart during a recent concert in San Diego. The visionary stickman passed away on Tuesday (January 7)...
San Diego FBI sharpens focus on fight against domestic terror – Boston Herald

San Diego FBI sharpens focus on fight against domestic terror – Boston Herald

Kristina Davis Invoking the name of the alleged Poway synagogue shooter, police say a 23-year-old Concord man threatened to carry out an even deadlier...
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Dylan Hernandez: San Diego State University Fraternity Death

GoFundMe/Facebook Dylan Hernandez was a 19-year-old student at San Diego State University. Dylan Hernandez, a 19-year-old Florida native, has died a week after attending an...
NRA Drops Lawsuit Over San Francisco’s ‘Terrorist’ Label

NRA Drops Lawsuit Over San Francisco’s ‘Terrorist’ Label

After the city of San Francisco designated the National Rifle Association a “domestic terrorist organization,” the gun rights group filed a lawsuit claiming...
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meet the star of ‘The Last Black Man In San Francisco’

The Kickstarter-funded project has been stirring up Oscar talk “People aren’t just one thing.” Perhaps the most concise quote from Jimmie Fails and Joe...
7 Trillion Microplastic Particles Pollute the San Francisco Bay Each Year

7 Trillion Microplastic Particles Pollute the San Francisco Bay Each Year

San Francisco Bay, like Monterey Bay to its south, is a rare success story in ocean conservation. In the 1960s, three grassroots activists—Sylvia...
Film Review: A Rundown from the San Sebastian International Film Festival

Film Review: A Rundown from the San Sebastian International Film Festival

By Gerald Peary How is this festival kept off the map from my US colleagues? A scene from “The Endless Trench.”The San Sebastian International Film...
The Sundance breakout taking on gentrification in San Francisco

The Sundance breakout taking on gentrification in San Francisco

Winner of two awards at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, The Last Black Man in San Francisco is stylistically bold and dryly funny...
Tegan and Sara hit back at “unethical” resellers with pay-what-you-can ticket experiment in San Francisco

Tegan and Sara hit back at “unethical” resellers with pay-what-you-can ticket experiment in San...

Fans could get seats if they made donations to the band’s charity foundation Yesterday, Tegan and Sara conducted a pay-what-you-can “experiment” to help their...

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