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Here is the best thing about Schemer, a new Google service that allows its users to create and share lists of things they want to do: It has personality.... More»


DIY disrupters and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs aren’t the only ones shaking up Bay Area education [see our April feature “The New, (Hopefully)... More»


FLEX ACADEMY WHAT IT IS: A computer-based chain of charter high schools that get kids out of the house and into an... More»


QUANTUMCAMP WHAT IT IS: A rigorous but creative math and science program in Berkeley and Mountain View offering an... More»


BRIGHTWORKS   WHAT IT IS: A seven-month-old institute of decidedly nonacademic learning, where kids spend the day... More»


HIDDEN IN AN OLD MAYONNAISE FACTORY IN THE mission, Brightworks school is a colorful affront to pedagogical convention. The cavernous, free... More»


Oakland on the Rise: In a city riddled... More»


Since our profile of Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi hit the news... More»


ALL DAY LONG THE FATHER HAD BEEN ASKING FOR reassurance. He didn't want the body embalmed before he saw it.... More»


Brooklyn-based actor and author Mike Daisey has been taking some heat in the news for his monologue The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs. After This... More»


 I was curious to get the dope on how insiders would react to Mike Daisey’s new monologue, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, which opened... More»