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People have complicated relationships with domesticated animals, and Marci Riseman wonders who's getting the better deal.
Mike Newland notices something about his daughters' dolls -- they can't move.
Richard Swerdlow is rethinking the notion that eating out alone equals lonely.
Michael Ellis looks at the ongoing debate over what, exactly, is the world's biggest living organism.
Twenty-five years since the Loma Prieta earthquake, Arrietta Chakos says much has been learned about earthquake preparedness and recovery.
It's not easy to be an informed voter, but Jeremy Friedlander tries, and he has developed a few rules to help guide his vote.
As the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge is slowly demolished beside the sparkling new span, Paul Staley sees two starkly different stories.
Peggy Hansen says autumn is no time for farmers and gardeners to relax.
Apps have transformed how we use design and use maps, but also, says Claire Stremple, how we find our place in the world.
The world of Youth Radio's Maya Escobar has been shaped by something commonplace to the life of her Oakland family — gunshots.