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Audrey Cooper
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Audrey Cooper 1h
Replying to @TonyBravoSF
(Yes, that means I was creative enough to have an imaginary friend, but not creative enough to invent an entirely new character.)
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Audrey Cooper 1h
Fun fact: Bert was my childhood imaginary friend, and I told everyone we were going to get married some day. I learned he was already taken by reading this piece by .
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Audrey Cooper 4h
This is an excellent read about featuring writing in general and 's talent in particular:
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Audrey Cooper 24h
Watch live as moderates our latest event on whether we need a tech time out:
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SFChronicle Datebook Sep 17
Follow along with us on our LIVE CHAT during this year's Primetime -- the award show starts at 5 pm!
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Peter Fimrite Sep 17
Mysterious great white shark lair discovered in Pacific Ocean
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FAC Sep 13
Join us on 10/3 for a conversation with & on what journalists can do to combat the anti-press agenda and restore public trust. RSVP here:
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SF Chamber Sep 14
Don’t miss our first annual Women Empowering Leadership & Learning Conference! Learn from an incredible panel of diverse speakers, including and Tix:
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Audrey Cooper Sep 17
More from our investigative team dogging the cleanup of SF's radioactive shipyard: The Navy's latest cleanup promise relies on a cost-cutting plan designed to remove *less* radioactivity. By and
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Jason Fagone Sep 13
SCOOP: Radioactive object found near shipyard homes in San Francisco. This is in the occupied area, Parcel A, declared safe since 2004, where public officials have said repeatedly that radioactive contamination doesn't exist. Me and :
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Audrey Cooper Sep 13
Our investigation into the toxic shipyard continues. We’ve learned that renewed testing of a spot where people live and where officials insisted there was no danger turned up a radioactive object:
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Audrey Cooper Sep 13
Excited for this!
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Joe Garofoli Sep 13
What does she have? She's not saying. sends mysterious tip about Kavanaugh to federal investigators
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Evan Sernoffsky 🥃 Sep 13
BART says it accidentally shared license plate reader data with Northern California Regional Intelligence Center last year. NCRIC says it does not share that data with ICE and there’s no circumstance where ICE would have been able to access BART’s data
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Audrey Cooper Sep 13
I wear one every Election Day.
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SF City Insider Sep 13
SF ‘Early Days' statue showing fallen American Indian will be removed
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Audrey Cooper Sep 13
Replying to @lea
You’re probably looking at a sale or intro rate. The NYT for me is about $11 a week in print (and going up). We have to get over the idea that having high quality news delivered to your door every day should be cheap. It costs a lot to produce. And it costs more to lose.
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The New York Times Sep 12
Breaking News: The U.S. is holding a record 12,800 migrant children in detention, a fivefold increase from May 2017, data obtained by The Times shows
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Audrey Cooper Sep 12
Replying to @lea @TheRecordNJ
Newsprint, ink and delivery ALONE costs us about $15 a week — and that doesn’t come close to covering the cost of the content, employee salaries/benefits, keeping the lights on, etc. So, no, having something delivered every day with local news is not worth less.
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Demian Bulwa Sep 12
New from —> After cracked window, San Francisco threatens to yellow-tag tilting Millennium Tower if demands not met
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