Why We Need Supportive Housing

Why We Need Supportive Housing

Posted June 28, 2004 by

It was announced last week that Mayor Gavin Newsom now intends to support a stand-alone bond for supportive housing in San Francisco. It is our sincerest hope that all San Franciscans will join together and pass this bond proposal in
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Protest Works – But Not on Google

Posted June 28, 2004 by Robert Anbian

Imagine my surprise when my new company, ProtestWorks.com, tried to buy an ad on Google and Google turned us down. The ad read: “AntiWar, Anti-Bush T-shirts and buttons plus more. Profits go to peace activists.” This modest pitch would have
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What Is Happening to United States Track and Field?

Posted June 28, 2004 by George Wright

Revelations of alleged drug use by United States Track and Field athletes lead to the prediction that the BALCO scandal will devastate this year’s Olympic team. With the Olympic Games just two months away, the scandal has certainly raised the
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Nakamura Eliminated in World Chess Championship

Posted June 28, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

7th ranked U.S. chess player Hikaru Nakamura was eliminated by one of England’s best Grandmasters, Michael Adams, in the knockout formula of the 2004 World Chess Championship, being held in Libya. Nakamura amazingly made it to the “sweet sixteen”, an
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Nakamura Eliminated in World Chess Championship

Posted June 27, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

7th ranked U.S. chess player Hikaru Nakamura was eliminated by one of England’s best Grandmasters, Michael Adams, in the knockout formula of the 2004 World Chess Championship, being held in Libya. Nakamura amazingly made it to the “sweet sixteen”, an
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Hartland Hotel Wins Approval for Mail to Individual Boxes

Hartland Hotel Wins Approval for Mail to Individual Boxes

Posted June 25, 2004 by Lorraine Sanders

After months of pushing for mail delivery to individual mailboxes in the city’s SRO hotels, the coalition behind the effort is finally seeing the fruits of its hard work. The San Francisco Postal Service has approved mail delivery to individual
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13 Questions for David Gomez

Posted June 25, 2004 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

THE INTERVIEWS Billy Joel studied classical piano when he was four years old. He founded a rock band when he was fourteen. His paents diverced and Billy Joel saw music as an artistic outlet plus a way to help his
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