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A Look Back 30 Years: Top 25 Censored News Stories of 1981 – #23. A WARNING FOR ALL AMERICANS WHO RELY ON MONOPOLY UTILITIES

The 5th “best censored” story of 1978 was titled “Winter Choice: Heat or Eat.” It revealed that there were more than 200 deaths directly linked to the shut-off of gas and electric utility service in the winters of 1975, ’76,

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Jan 5, 1933: Golden Gate Bridge is Born

On January 5, 1933, construction begins on the Golden Gate Bridge, as workers began excavating 3.25 million cubic feet of dirt for the structure’s huge anchorages. Following the Gold Rush boom that began in 1849, speculators realized the land north

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Outcry Over Smithsonian Censorship Grows

Source: The Bay Citizen SFMOMA, Warhol Foundation and others take action after video work removed By Reyhan Harmanci Like any modern protest, last Friday’s gathering at SF Camerawork to screen the full 13-minute video piece by artist David Wojnarowicz— a

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