I have the dubious distinction of being the final editor-in-chief of the San Francisco Bay Guardian, which was suddenly shut down on Oct. 14, 2014. So my 24-year newspaper career is currently at a crossroads. As I work on my next steps -- including wrapping up the Guardian-in-Exile Project, worki...
Grizzly bears went extinct in California in 1924, although the majestic grizzly still graces the state flag and seal. Now, California grizzlies are being painted into a series of murals in Oakland as part of a national campaign to save endangered species and reintroduce them to their former habitats.
Dear Deseret News editors, from the front-page article "Reeling in rage" published July 23rd, it appears that the author, Jennifer Graham, doesn't like our president. He is the only political figure she uses as an example of anger. Nowhere in the article does she mention the uncontrolled rants of the liberal left â€” Barack Obama's rants in the White House behind closed doors, for example, or Hilary Clinton's public rants against Republicans, middle-income people and those who disagree with her.
Regulations protecting our air, water and public lands are under attack by President Trump and his industry-backed, science-denying political appointees. They’re even trying to derail nascent efforts to reduce the carbon emissions causing climate change and ocean acidification. Things seem bleak. So it’s easy to fall into a grim pessimism and feel that the only thing the conservation community can do is play defense. We need to be realistic, right?
Recognized for reported essay published on the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq, in which I interviewed those arrested at protests in San Francisco that day and looked at the dispiriting blow this war delivered to the very notion of representative democracy.
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