“Fox and the Dems, District Elections…”

“Fox and the Dems, District Elections…”

Posted February 26, 2007 by

Editor, I appreciate your article and agree 100%. No self respecting person should give any acknowledgement to Fox News as a respected news source in any way. And we should all demand that KPFA news stop reading the AP wire
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Leroy Looper: The Father of the Tenderloin

Posted February 26, 2007 by Randy Shaw

The Clean City Coalition honored Leroy Looper last week for his role in launching its success. Looper, whose 1977 autobiography was serialized in our pages, also helped start the national organization YouthBuild, and operated San Francisco’s first drug treatment program.
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Would Arnold Really Challenge Barbara Boxer?

Posted February 26, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

With Senator Boxer already holding fundraisers for her re-election in 2010, rumor has it that Arnold Schwarzenegger will run against her – when term limits force him out of the Governor’s Mansion. Arnold told a reporter on February 23rd that
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Bad Conditions at Tenderloin Playground Keep Families Away

Posted February 26, 2007 by Ben Malley

“The new children’s playground is a jewel in the heart of the city’s Tenderloin district, traditionally one of San Francisco’s densest and toughest neighborhoods. Children growing up in the neighborhood are often faced with having very few safe, open space
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Is Jesus Buried in Jerusalem?

Posted February 26, 2007 by Tommi Avicolli Mecca

Canadian filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici is about to cinematically rock the archeological and theological worlds with his claim that ten tombs found in Jerusalem in 1980 contain the remains of Jesus Christ and his family, including his son Judah and his
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Trinity Plaza Set for March 19 Hearing

Posted February 26, 2007 by Randy Shaw

The long-delayed Supervisors hearing on the rebuilding of Trinity Plaza Apartments at 8th and Market will finally take place on Monday, March 19. The 1900-unit project, which includes the construction of 360 rent-controlled and an additional 231 affordable units, was
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“Boycott the media…”

“Boycott the media…”

Posted February 23, 2007 by

Paul I agree with the basic premise of your piece but I think such a tactic should be used only after careful analysis because sometimes it can backfire. Cynthia McKinney decided to not interact with the local Atlanta media, particularly
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Sister Bernie Does it Again

Posted February 23, 2007 by Randy Shaw

As we reported yesterday , the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing has decided to transform a long-vacant office building at 150 Otis Street into low-income housing. This represents a reversal in the city’s prior plan to sell the site
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