Posts Tagged: San Francisco Chronicle
The FBI’s quest to undermine that which it does not understand is nothing new.
While Steve Wasserman’s review of Subversives: The FBI’s War on Student Radicals, and Reagan’s Rise to Power by San Francisco Chronicle’s Seth Rosenfeld is largely critical, what he argues with is the delivery and not the importance of the topic....more
“Pick up a random copy of a novel set in San Francisco, and there’s a good chance the book’s cover will feature the bridge – even if it has as much to do with the story as a stale loaf of sourdough bread.”
The San Francisco Chronicle displays a collection of 27 novels that employ the Golden Gate Bridge in their cover artwork for their inaugural book cover design focused feature, “Cover to Cover.”
(Via Book Bench)...more
On Tuesday morning the University of San Francisco closed their radio station, KUSF. More precisely, they sold the bandwidth. We don’t really understand what it means to sell an FCC license, but the station is off the air, to be replaced by a non-commercial classical station....more