December 30, 2014 Slideshows

Year in Photos 2014 

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Year in Photos 2014, a series of photographs capturing a small slice of memorable moments that made up our year at the San Francisco Examiner.
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Hundreds of people gathered on Ocean Beach at Taraval Street for the 2014 Riptide New Year's Day Pacific Ocean Plunge
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Former Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr. speaks at the California NAACP hosted ceremony to commemorate the renaming of the western span of the Bay Bridge after him. Hundreds gathered on Treasure Island for the ceremony, which included speeches from Andrew Young, retired Ambassador to the United Nations; Isadore Hall, member of the California State Assembly; and Gavin Newsom, the Lieutenant Governor.
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Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks to a group of gay marriage supporters gathered under the rotunda at San Francisco's city hall to commemorate the Winter of Love ten year anniversary & celebrate marriage equality.
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Anne Rosenthal works on the restoration of murals located on the ground floor of Coit Tower.
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Folks gathered at the Embarcadero for the 36th Annual St. Stupid's Day Parade
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Wavy Gravy wears a clown nose as he participates in the 36th Annual St. Stupid's Day Parade
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A firefighter is shown fighting a five-alarm fire burning in San Francisco's Mission District
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Three people, including a firefighter, were hospitalized with smoke inhalation as a result of a five-alarm fire burning in San Francisco's Mission District, a fire spokeswoman said. Other people have been evaluated and treated at the scene as a result of the blaze that started shortly after 1 p.m. at 2632 Mission St., the address listed for Big House Inc., a retail store, San Francisco fire spokeswoman Mindy Talmadge said.
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Clouds of incense encircled feathered dancers who lead more than 100 people from Bernal Heights Park through the Mission as part of a protest march calling into question the events that lead to the shooting death of Alejandro Nieto, a 28-year-old man killed by police in March.
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A sea of confetti is seen on Market Street during the San Francisco Giants 2014 World Series victory parade
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San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy holds the 2014 World Series trophy during the World Series victory parade along Market street
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A veteran looks through a rack of clothing as 50 homeless and low-income Veterans returning to the workforce or seeking housing got a boost from St. Anthony Foundation's Free Clothing Program Monday, November 10th, the day before the official Veterans Day holiday. Each Veteran was given a complete suit, belt, shoes, as well as tips on how to look and feel their best for an interview.
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Grace Towers and many other drag queens rallied on the steps of City Hall on Thursday to celebrate a change to Facebook’s real-name policy, which had required performers to use their legal names on the social-networking site. After facing an outcry over the policy, the company will allow performers to use “the authentic name they use in real life.”
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AIDS and human rights activist and actress, Judith Light and Paul Boneberg, Executive Director, GLBT Historical Society were among those in attendance who shared their own personal stories and were recognized for their longstanding leadership during the World AIDS Day ceremony on Monday. Observances were held at the National AIDS Memorial Grove where a collection of personal tributes, photographs, artwork, keepsakes and personal notes that have been left at the Grove by families, loved ones and friends during the past 25 years were on display. Folks gathered at the Grove to remember the lives lost, honor leaders who have confronted this tragic pandemic, and help support the next generation of young people who will be on the forefront in helping find a cure.
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An Oakland Raiders fan shows his true colors during the Battle of the Bay against the San Francisco 49ers
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Hundreds of people gathered on Ocean Beach at Taraval Street for the 2014 Riptide New Year's Day Pacific Ocean Plunge

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