4-29-2005-9-53-54-AM-7009026

Shirley Horn Returns To Masonic Auditorium Tonight

Posted April 29, 2005 by E. "Doc" Smith

One of my all time favorites, the legendary vocalist Shirley Horn returns to the Masonic Auditorium tonight with her latest release, “May the Music Never End”, providing us once more with a masterpiece that is just as timeless and inimitable
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Counting to Eight for No Fare Hikes and Service Cuts

Counting to Eight for No Fare Hikes and Service Cuts

Posted April 29, 2005 by Casey Mills

As the budget season at City Hall rapidly approaches, it’s time transit advocates take a long look at the chances of the Board of Supervisors shooting down Muni’s proposal to cut services and raise fares. Unfortunately, a tough battle awaits.
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4-29-2005-10-28-58-AM-10519768

Dramatic Action Required to Keep Kids in SF

Posted April 29, 2005 by Randy Shaw

It has recently been reported that 4000 children have left San Francisco schools, and that 50% of families with children plan on leaving the city. But while everyone laments the exodus of kids from the city, San Francisco has not
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4-29-2005-11-39-29-AM-6363885

Anti-Fare Hike Campaign Moves to the Neighborhoods

Posted April 29, 2005 by Eric Schaefer

Transit advocates took the Muni fare fight to riders this morning, as twenty or so members of the Coalition for Transit Justice held a protest at the corner of 16th and Mission Streets this morning against planned Muni fare hikes
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RADAR reading series

RADAR reading series

Posted April 29, 2005 by

tuesday, may 3rd san francisco public library the RADAR reading seriesunderground and emerging literary performance with a side of cookiesdownstairs in the latino reading room 6pm sharp** *** free of course** *** all ages, toofeaturing~the first and most important woman
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4-29-2005-10-03-48-AM-3209283

Attention Freelance Writers: Protect Your Rights

Posted April 29, 2005 by Staff Writer

A lawsuit was filed this week to vacate the preliminary approval of a $10-to-$18-million settlement in a landmark lawsuit over unauthorized reuse of authors’ previously published newspaper and magazine articles. The settlement, announced last month by three authors’ organizations, 13
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4-29-2005-9-57-53-AM-8633019

Film Noir, Purple Onion, Free Show, Thirsty Rock Band

Posted April 29, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

The Film Noir festival is back a new series “Misunderstood Actresses” in glorious Black and White at a new mysterious location downtown. It is so secretive that even Sam Spade wouldn’t be able to find it. This roving band of
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