Gavin Newsome signed the Fair Play To Pay Act, despite NCAA threats that allowing athletes to monetize their likenesses would lead to severe consequences.
It is instinctive to feel that Katie Steinle’s case cries out for justice. But the newest ruling is from a legal standpoint, not ideological.
Is Cali goin’ down?
Somethings were never meant to be.
Plenty of discussion has centered around the California housing situation, especially the prices and lack of availability in the bay area since the tech explosion brought enormous wealth to one of America’s most unique cities, San Francisco. “Demolishing the California Dream: How San Francisco Planned Its Own Housing Crisis” by Hunter Oatman-Stanford is a detailed examination of the history of that great city, and how it came to be the go-to example of the modern housing debate.
A few words from a momentarily homeless editor emeritus.
Burt Likko has one of those sorts of problems that really aren’t such bad problems to have.
Don’t call it a comeback, they have been at it for years. #Calexit has returned.
News from Russia, Asia the Middle East, Europe, California, and the (rest of) United States!
A look at California’s new anti-anti-immigration law.
Another breakdown on the election and, in particular, where the Democratic Party goes from here.
So… who’s running the show right now?
Sometimes, it’s the little things that matter the most.
Burt Likko thought he’d found an obscure and delightful piece of Americana. Turns out he was only half right.
The wisdom of a sports movie and the insight of a litigator show that the best time is now — right now — for the nation to reconcile some of its deep social fissures.
Hiram Johnson’s worst nightmare threatens to crawl out of a nasty little cave in Orange County, California.
For about two weeks every year, California’s high desert blooms as though a celestial Jackson Pollack had spattered the countryside with gold, orange, and violet paint.