San Francisco Chronicle Brings Back the Pink Section.SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The San Francisco Chronicle The San Francisco Chronicle was founded in 1865 as The Daily Dramatic Chronicle by teenage brothers Charles de Young and Michael H. de Young. The paper grew along with San Francisco to become the largest circulation newspaper on the West Coast of the announced today that the Pink section will return in living color In Living Color is a ground-breaking sketch comedy television series which ran on the FOX Network from April 15, 1990 to May 19, 1994. Executive producer Keenen Ivory Wayans created, wrote, and starred in the program. on Sunday, November 16. For more than 40 years, Sunday Datebook date·book
A notebook or calendar for listing appointments, events, and other work-related or social information. , the Bay Area's best arts and entertainment guide, has been affectionately referred to by readers as "the Sunday Pink," "the Pink Pages," and even, "Pinkie." Now, after an 18-month hiatus during which the section was printed on white newsprint, Sunday Datebook returns -- in the pink.
"The fact that the Pink section is pink again is not the only thing to celebrate," said Joe Brown, Sunday Datebook Editor. "We've also given the section a fresh redesign and added some fun new features, including 'Opus,' the new full tabloid-page color comic by Berkeley Breathed, who created 'Bloom County.'" ("Opus" begins Sunday, November 23.)
Other new Pink section features include DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
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Readers will also recognize familiar features such as the "Pop Quiz," an irreverent Q&A with today's pop stars, redesigned puzzle pages, and an expanded listings section.
"The goal is to restore the affection and respect long accorded the arts and entertainment section by Chronicle readers," Brown says of the Chronicle's Pink reincarnation. "We intend to make Datebook the cornerstone of the Sunday paper, the essential seven-day what-to-do guide for the Bay Area."
The San Francisco Chronicle, Northern California's largest circulation newspaper (512,640 daily; 561,118 Sunday) was founded in 1865 and acquired by The Hearst Corporation in 2000.
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