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Friday, 5 October 2012

Friday, October 5, 2012
LOS ANGELES -- Californians woke up to a shock Friday as overnight gasoline prices jumped by as much as 20 cents a gallon in some areas, ending a week of soaring costs that saw some stations close and others charge record prices.

The average price of regular gas across the state was nearly $4.49 a gallon, the highest in the nation, according to AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge report.
WATCH: Movie Star Sheds Light On An Untapped Political Force
PHOTOS: Calling All Book Nerds!
Starbucks Tests A Special New Product In San Francisco
Huge Changes Coming To The Oakland Police Department
PHOTOS: Two SF Spots Named America's Best New Restaurants
Rep. Mike Honda: Preventing a China-Japan War Over the Islands: What America Must Do
Given the level of intensity escalating around the East China Sea island dispute between China and Japan, it is worth the United States getting more involved.
Wayne Besen: The Convoluted Legal Case for Reparative Therapy
If there is one thing that we learned from the Pacific Justice Institute's lawsuit against California Gov. Jerry Brown over a new law banning "ex-gay" therapy for minors, it is that these lawyers' legal case is as logic-challenged and convoluted as the industry they are poorly defending.
SF Critic: Until the Quiet Comes -- We Can Enjoy
The music is beautiful and dark, which may pay tribute to the bigger meaning of where we stand as a culture. In a time of beauty all around us, there are the dark looming realities and atrocities of the world today.
David Duran: Your Boyfriend Lives With His Husband?
Having lived all over the country in several metropolitan cities, I have experienced and learned a lot about queer culture and diversity within our community, but nothing has shocked me more than what I learned in San Francisco. Gay men here mostly play by different rules.
Mike Marshall: It's the Tuolumne, Stupid.
Currently, San Francisco uses Tuolumne River water to irrigate our golf courses, hose down our streets and wash our Muni buses. We must stop using so much of it. San Francisco can and should plan to do better.

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