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HOT AND STICKY HARDLY STRICTLY

If you were among the estimated 750,000 people who poured into Golden Gate Park this past weekend for Hardly Strictly Blugrass, our raucous annual celebration of all things bluegrass(-ish) under a blazing sun, chances are you're doing some serious rehydrating this week. Check our photos and review on the Noise blog at www.sfbg.com while you're at it. GUARDIAN PHOTO OF RYAN ADAMS BY EMILY SELVINRead more »

Return of the messenger

How a new film vindicates journalist Gary Webb and his work exposing the connection between the CIA and cocaine traffickers

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By Melinda Welsh

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WHO OWNS THE NEW SF?

This week, former Bay Guardian editor and publisher Tim Redmond published an epic investigation on his 48Hills site showing that up to 39 percent of new luxury condos in San Francisco are owned as investments by out-of-towners, puncturing the myth that unfettered market-rate housing development will help with the city's affordability crisis. See www.48hills.org for more.Read more »

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Project Censored 2014

Ocean acidification tops the annual list of important stories ignored by the mainstream media

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Our oceans are acidifying — even if the nightly news hasn't told you yet.

As humanity continues to fill the atmosphere with harmful gases, the planet is becoming less hospitable to life as we know it. The vast oceans absorb much of the carbon dioxide we have produced, from the industrial revolution through the rise of global capitalism. Earth's self-sacrifice spared the atmosphere nearly 25 percent of humanity's CO2 emissions, slowing the onslaught of many severe weather consequences.Read more »

Flooding the streets

Climate movement's big day raises hopes and questions

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In New York City's Times Square on a muggy, gray Sunday afternoon at the historic People's Climate March, everything went silent for a minute as a massive crowd, led by indigenous people from around the world, raised fists in the air to support communities suffering the harshest effects of climate change.

In this canyon of glittering commerce, surrounded by corporate icons such as Chase Bank, Bank of America, Gap, McDonald's, and Dow Jones, the silent coalition then burst into a thunderous crescendo meant to symbolize action and demand climate justice.Read more »

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