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He's a father and a successful professional, but Evan Sagerman still thinks like a kid and that's a wonderful thing.
Michael Ellis considers one of the most common and beautiful flowers on California hillsides: lupines.
Richard Swerdlow thinks there are better things to do with his precious weekends than chores and errands.
An incident in a San Francisco restaurant prompts Harris Bostic to consider the nature of racism today and how to respond to it.
Les Bloch isn't a smiley face kind of guy. So he decided to give it a try. My, how things changed.
Austin Padilla is too young to have lived through the worst of the AIDS epidemic. But he's dedicated to stopping it now.
Clarence Wong says Asian and other non-traditional alumni don't feel as connected to elite schools as their white counterparts.
Carol Arnold normally doesn't espouse war. But a war on killing the planet sounds like a good idea to her.
Millions visit West Marin's wild beauty every year. And Cleary Vaughan-Lee says too often they discount its danger.
As baseball opens its new season, Dick Meister says a California bill would shut down one of the game's worst habits.