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RN&R’s annual Fall Guide won’t leave you out in the cold.
This article was published on 09.15.16
New industry shows its business side.
By Dennis Myers
Council contenders ponder city’s future.
By Luka Starmer
is 80 years old.
Public land supporters want more protection.
Marijuana was legal because it wasn’t ILLEGAL.
Mike Thornton leads a campaign against gentrification.
I feel a little conflicted about some of the questions that’ll be on my ballot this November.
By Brad Bynum
Colin Kaepernick’s actions are those of a socially conscious, civically engaged university graduate, and that reflects positively on Ault as a coach.
By Jeff Mitchell
A minor legal change is no threat to guns.
By Sheila Leslie
A libertarian view.
By Brendan Trainor
Is he the only NFL patriot?
By Bruce Van Dyke
A new theater company in Sparks aims for the bolder, darker, edgier reaches.
By Kris Vagner
Bob Grimm predicts that fall movies will be a breath of fresh, cool air—mostly.
By Bob Grimm
Historical accuracy be damned in Sully, Clint Eastwood’s take on the heroic actions of a pilot who saved the lives of everyone on board his plane.
Nick Eng is like a Beatle who time traveled.
By Anna Hart
SF Kitchen’s combination of Chinese and Vietnamese offerings didn’t disappoint.
By Todd South
Our "Fall Guide" gives readers ideas on where to go and what to do once the leaves start to hit the ground.
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