Clear Channel Promotes Tony Dungy – in San Francisco

Posted March 28, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

Most Beyond Chron readers are familiar with Tony Dungy – the Super Bowl coach who is also an anti-gay bigot, as he headlined a fundraiser last week for the Indiana Family Institute. But even in San Francisco, Clear Channel Outdoor
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Tenderloin Parking Lot Gets New Lease On Life

Posted March 28, 2007 by Ben Malley

For two years, the parking lot at 163 Eddy Street has been plagued by an increasing amount of violence, drugs, prostitution, and public urination. These problems affect nearby SRO residents in the hotels that border the area, and the neighborhood
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Art Review: “Bags” By Bloum at D.A. Arts

Posted March 28, 2007 by Wilma Parker

”Bags” by Bloum Cardenas. DA Arts, Sunnyside Hotel, 6th and Minna St. San Francisco, CA. Mar. 15 – Apr. 15th 2007. Just in time for Spring, DA Arts is hosting a show of a dozen bright, clear works that manage
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“House Vote on the War…”

“House Vote on the War…”

Posted March 27, 2007 by

Hi Paul, I am one of those people who on principle do not like the bill that was passed. Even so, I think I could have better accepted the outcome if it wasn’t for the $billions in pork attached to
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Trinity Plaza – FINALLY! – Gets Out of Land Use Committee

Posted March 27, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

The mood was upbeat and celebratory at yesterday’s Land Use Committee meeting – as committee members unanimously voted to approve San Francisco’s largest rental housing project in fifty years. After Supervisor Chris Daly announced that the developer (Angelo Sangiacamo) has
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From South Carolina, With Apologies to the Constitution

Posted March 27, 2007 by Brett Bursey

EDITOR’S NOTE: Recently, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales appointed Scott Schools as the new U.S. Attorney for Northern California — whose office is currently prosecuting Josh Wolf. The following is from a South Carolinian familiar with Mr. Schools’ past. The first
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A Wizard of Oz Makeover for the Castro?

Posted March 27, 2007 by Tommi Avicolli Mecca

You read it right. A Wizard of Oz makeover for the world’s queerest neighborhood. We’re talking rainbow arch and giant ruby slipper. That’s what some people in the Castro are proposing these days in order to revitalized what once was
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“Bong Hits for Jesus…”

“Bong Hits for Jesus…”

Posted March 26, 2007 by

Dear Editor, In response to Tommi Avicolli-Mecca’s article, Catholic school was one of the most repressive situations in which I have ever found myself. I was an earlier student at Bishop Egan High School, a rival of Tommi’s alma mater,
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