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Does the San Francisco Sunday Chronicle Magazine still have a one-page Q&A feature with a local celebrity or hero?

Asked by occ (4080points) February 8th, 2008

I know they used to have a feature like that, but I haven’t read the Sunday Chron for about 5 years now. Does anyone know if that feature is still around? It was sort of like a take-off of the one-page Q&A that Deborah Solomon does for the NYTimes. I looked at sfgate.com but they don’t have all the magazine content on line.

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cannot determine yes or no. but some nice links on the paper. i cry every time i read a SAN FRAN question. my fave city on earth…

Another area of note is the architecture column by John King; the Chronicle is still one of the few American papers to present a regular column on architectural issues. The paper also has regular weekly sections devoted to ‘Food’, ‘Home & Garden’, and ‘Wine’, the latter of which is unique. The Sunday editions contain a San Francisco Chronicle Magazine that regularly focuses on the previously mentioned topics
http://www.answers.com/topic/san-francisco-chronicle

On a typical weekday in the San Francisco Chronicle, you will find—of course—of course the front page, which mainly covers national and international news, but also big Bay Area stories. The Bay Area section of the paper is devoted strictly to goings-on in the Bay Area, the Sports section covers all angles of just about every sport there is, and the Datebook offers film, television, and live music listings, not to mention arts and entertainment feature stories and comics. There are also Business and Editorial sections daily. On Wednesdays, the celebrated Food section gets published, and on Saturdays, the Home section appears. Sunday’s massive edition features all of the above sections, plus Insight, Wine, Real Estate, Books, Style, and Travel sections.

For a look at the Chronicle’s online version, visit <a href=“http://sfgate.com/chronicle/”>SFGate/Chronicle</a>.

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