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OR93, the Famously Far-Ranging Gray Wolf, Is Found Dead Near Los Angeles
Wildlife officials say a far-ranging gray wolf, the first to tromp across Southern California in more than a hundred years, has been found dead near a roadway, possibly struck by a vehicle.
What's Behind One of California's Most Ubiquitous Bumper Stickers?
Even if you've never been there, you might be familiar with the iconic yellow Mystery Spot bumper stickers that serve as both souvenir and advertisement for the 81-year-old roadside attraction.
Two New Diane di Prima Books Capture the Brilliance of a San Francisco Treasure
One year after di Prima's death, City Lights has published an expanded version of 'Revolutionary Letters,' as well as 'Spring and Autumn Annals,' a book of di Prima's prose.
'This Fight Is 365 Days a Year:' For Juneteenth, Black San Franciscans Rally for Racial Justice
On Thursday, more than 100 people gathered in front of San Francisco City Hall to demand racial justice and equity for Black residents, including eliminating health and education disparities and reducing mass incarceration.
New Sounds With a Powerhouse Brittany Howard at the Mic
A folk-rock female super trio harmonizes beautifully.