Concerts at the Cadillac: Jeffrey Chin, Jazz Pianist

Posted August 30, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

Join us this week at the Cadillac Hotel on Friday, August 31st, where our featured performer will be Jeffrey Chin – a professional jazz pianist, composer, music producer and arranger. I recently had the privilege of hearing Jeffrey play at
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SF Mayors Miss New York City’s Main Lesson

Posted August 29, 2007 by Randy Shaw

After traveling to New York City earlier this year, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom began promoting a local version of the “Community Court” he had observed in Brooklyn. Newsom’s attempt to apply NYC programs to SF is part of a
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The Trouble With Hillary’s Electability

Posted August 29, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

With Hillary Clinton leading among Democratic primary voters, pundits are asking the same question they asked about Howard Dean four years ago – can she win the general election? In response, some have pointed to the matchup polls both nationwide
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Larry Craig: Latest Inductee to Hall of Hypocrites

Posted August 29, 2007 by Tommi Avicolli-Mecca

Have you noticed that lately a lot of right-wing Christian politicians and preachers are getting caught with their pants down doing things that they usually denounce on the floor of Congress or from the pulpit of their lily white churches
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Milk Club Stays Out of Mayor’s Race … For Now

Posted August 29, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

The Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club failed to endorse any of the Mayoral candidates at its general membership meeting last night, after no candidate received the necessary 60% for an endorsement. But progressive challenger Quintin Mecke and incumbent Mayor Gavin
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Media Clueless on Income Disparity

Posted August 28, 2007 by Tommi Avicolli-Mecca

The Chronicle and other mainstream media never make the connection between poverty and the way we do business in America. When it comes down to it, what they really seem to care about is the lack of opportunity for the
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