I pulled the Holy Grail of Colin Kaepernick rookie cards a year ago.
We are all familiar with Homecoming, the longstanding tradition at every high school that allows for a week of dress up and a taste of being among the local royalty.
So how good do we have it today?
Startled, the dog tore down the driveway and around the corner, ignoring his owner's commands.
A gunman enters an elementary school.
Down along Moffat Boulevard there are those who don't live the way most Californians do. They don't live in McMansions. They don't live in modest, traditional single-family homes. They don't live in apartments.
Information on the Internet should be free.
How much is that doggie in the window?
Riley Simmons - the Colony Oak Elementary School fourth grader waging a battle with brain cancer - was all smiles.
Jerry Brown's legacy awaits. And so does the future of California.
There is little argument that gay teens have been in Scouting since the movement started a century ago.
The consumer electronics gadget show in Las Vegas is wasted on me.
The revolution - or more accurately, the rebirth of sound urban planning - will start bearing fruit this year.
I used to laugh when I heard someone say, "You're not dead until the government says you're dead."
California could soon become one big toilet.
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The Manteca Museum marks its 25th year this July.
Elevating the Mary Tyler Moore show to the cultural status of Beowulf - the oldest surviving long poem in Old English - is a bit disconcerting.
I am not a citizen of the United States of San Francisco.
I do not have a PayPal account.
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