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Saturday, October 14 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
My first time: SF Chronicle writers and editors recount their earliest bylines

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Join the voices of the San Francisco Chronicle as they take us back in time to recount excerpts from their earliest bylines and share stories of their first time.

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avatar for Peter Hartlaub

Peter Hartlaub

Peter Hartlaub is a Bay Area native who has worked at the San Francisco Chronicle since 2000. He was also a Chronicle paperboy from 1982 to 1984. As pop culture critic, he reviews movies, covers local entertainment and writes the Our SF archive history column. He also hosts t... Read More →

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avatar for Tony Bravo

Tony Bravo

Tony Bravo is a Style reporter and frequent contributor to Datebook and Green State. He writes Style's Connectivity column and is the primary stylist for the section's Bay Area fashion shoots. Tony has been the New York Fashion Week correspondent since 2013 and specializes in... Read More →
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Otis R Taylor Jr

Otis is the East Bay columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, focusing on the people who make the region a fascinating place to live and work. A South Carolina transplant, Otis spent more than a decade at The (Columbia, S.C.) State newspaper, writing about arts, culture and... Read More →
avatar for Heather Knight

Heather Knight

Heather Knight has worked for the San Francisco Chronicle since 1999 and has covered the San Francisco political scene out of The Chronicle's City Hall bureau since 2006. She writes the paper's On San Francisco column, covering everything from politics to homelessness to famil... Read More →
avatar for Justin Phillips

Justin Phillips

Justin Phillips joined the San Francisco Chronicle in November 2016 as a food writer. He previously served as the City, Industry, and Gaming reporter for the American Press in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Justin also served as a columnist for the American Press where he won a Lou... Read More →
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Jill Tucker

Jill Tucker has covered education in California for 18 years, writing stories that range from issues facing Bay Area schools districts to broader national policy debates. Her work has generated changes to state law and spurred political and community action to address local... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Amnesia 853 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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