Activists Can Help Pick Debate Winner

Posted September 29, 2004 by Randy Shaw

Paul Krugman in yesterday’s New York Times joined other commentators concerned about the media’s plan to “spin” the debate in favor of President Bush. After the crucial first debate in 2000, focus groups felt that Al Gore had prevailed. But
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Restaurants and Community

Posted September 29, 2004 by Caleb Zigas

Next week will be the first restaurant review in BeyondChron. The last area that deserves exploration before these reviews begin is the idea of community building through food and restaurants. Because food is such a central part of identity and
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SF Tenants Union Hall of Fame/Open House/Garage Sale

SF Tenants Union Hall of Fame/Open House/Garage Sale

Posted September 29, 2004 by Steven Shubert

Saturday, October 211:00 AM – 4:00 PM558 Capp Street @ 21st StreetYes, the San Francisco Tenants Union is having our annual Open House! We’ll be serving up barbeque and drinks, having live music with Spootnik, having a big garage sale,
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‘Tales of Public Hypocrisy’

‘Tales of Public Hypocrisy’

Posted September 29, 2004 by

Good Article! Dean Preston’s Tales of Hypocrisy reveals what looks to me like malfeasance (wrongdoing or misconduct especially by a public official ) An officer of the court and charged with doing the very task he is avoiding. Who better
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School Beat

Posted September 29, 2004 by Lisa Schiff

“Help wanted. Must believe in offering more and better educational opportunities to all children with a quickly shrinking pool of resources. Must also be able to negotiate contracts, oversee multi-million dollar budgets, develop strategic educational plans for a large urban
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On Men, the Media and Authority

Posted September 28, 2004 by Thea Lavin

I first met Bill O’Reilly at Catholic school in my working class hometown in Wisconsin. Except his name was John, Father John, and he was the head priest at St. Mary’s school during all 13 years of my attendance.Every morning
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