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What does SFBG stand for?

SFBG stands for San Francisco Bay Guardian

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Asked to comment on the lawsuit's dismissal, Mirkarimi told the San Francisco Bay Guardian, "My family and I are very happy and have moved forward, and I hope they [Madison and her husband] are, too.
The Sacramento Bee, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, San Diego Union-Tribune, Bakersfield Californian, San Jose Mercury News, Riverside Press-Enterprise, Long Beach Press-Telegram, Ventura County Star, Fresno Bee, North County Times, San Bernardino Sun, Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Los Angeles Daily News, Santa Cruz Sentinel, Santa Clarita Valley Signal, San Francisco Bay Guardian and the San Gabriel Valley Tribune all recommend a No vote on Proposition 33.
NOT UNTIL WE HAVE A CLEAN ENERGY SYSTEM by Tim Redmond Tim Redmond is executive editor of the San Francisco Bay Guardian and author, with Marc Mowrey, of Not in Our Backyard: The People and Events that Shaped America's Modern Environmental Movement (William Morrow, 1991).
My friend Bruce Brugmann, publisher of the (free) San Francisco Bay Guardian, found that a rival SF Weekly, owned by the 16-paper Village Voice Media chain, was cutting ad rates to drive his paper out of business - and sued under the state's Unfair Practices Act, which bars a company from selling a product below cost for the purpose of injuring a smaller competitor.
One piece he wrote for the San Francisco Bay Guardian was about the short story “Sam the Cat” from the same-named collection by lad-lit darling Matthew Klam (“who I totally admire and esteem”).
The Oakland-based Media Alliance and the San Francisco Bay Guardian said in their motion that the defendants' interest in keeping the documents confidential didn't outweigh the public's First Amendment rights to court records.