Mayor’s Office Dismantling Open Government

Posted January 28, 2005 by Casey Mills

Open government to all is a foundation of any democracy. Yet it was revealed yesterday that the Mayor’s Office has eliminated television coverage of both the Police and Planning Commission hearings as part of the mid-year budget cuts. The Mayor
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Food and Beyond: Bocadillos

Posted January 28, 2005 by Caleb Zigas

Basque country, stuck somewhere between France, Spain and the ETA, holds within its borderless region some of the world’s best food. High in the hills of San Sebastian, for example, hides the restaurant Arzak-what I would argue is, simply, the
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Italian. Queer. Dangerous. And for a Good Cause.

Posted January 28, 2005 by

The AIDS Housing Alliance/SF will celebrate its first anniversary at a special “rent party’ performance of local activist Tommi Avicolli Mecca’s critically acclaimed one-man show, Italian. Queer. Dangerous. this Friday, Jan. 28, 8 pm at the Jon Sims Center, 1519
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Mambo Italiano

Posted January 28, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

It was first a play, then a movie. In the closet – or come out of the closet.what are two good looking lovers to do, when their traditional Italian families are lurking around the corner. Every Italian boy should get
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Mambo Italiano

Posted January 28, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

It was first a play, then a movie. In the closet – or come out of the closet.what are two good looking lovers to do, when their traditional Italian families are lurking around the corner. Every Italian boy should get
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Hot 97 Responds to Anti-Asian Slurs

Hot 97 Responds to Anti-Asian Slurs

Posted January 27, 2005 by Allen White

What you read yesterday in Beyond Chron about New York radio station Hot 97 has prompted a declaration of apology and backtracking rarely seen by a major broadcasting outlet. At issue is a recording titled “The Tsunami Song” which is
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Skewed Morality Dictating Coverage of Daly Outburst

Posted January 27, 2005 by Casey Mills

The Chronicle’s coverage of Supervisor Chris Daly’s behavior at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting betrays a skewed morality increasingly assumed by big media. Daly used language that clearly has no place on the floor of the Board of Supes; however,
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