SF Weekly Launches New Attack on Alternative Press

Posted September 29, 2008 by Randy Shaw

The SF Weekly just can’t help itself when it comes to trying to undermine independent media sources. Earlier this year, a San Francisco jury verdict found that the publication had long engaged in predatory pricing against the San Francisco Bay
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Jaynry Mak and School Board; More on Bailout …

Jaynry Mak and School Board; More on Bailout …

Posted September 29, 2008 by

To the Editor: I am absolutely baffled why Ken Tray and the “United Educators of San Francisco” have decided to endorse Jaynry Mak’s run for the school board. She was reprimanded for poor ethical practices when she ran for a
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How to Get Better School Food

Posted September 26, 2008 by Jacob Schreiber

“School food sucks” is a commonly heard complaint amongst students. Last year, the Student Advisory Council surveyed high school students about school food. They concluded from their questionnaire responses that students are not satisfied with the school food program, criticizing
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E. Doctor Smith and Seth Elgart’s “K2”

Posted September 26, 2008 by Lisa Star

Edgetone Artists, E. “Doc” Smith and Seth Elgart have been playing and composing music together for sometime. “K2” is their latest collaboration and it has quickly become a staple playlist in my office and in my car’s CD player. I
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Arnold Raises Taxes on Low-Income Seniors

Posted September 25, 2008 by Paul Hogarth

As if this year’s state budget wasn’t horrific enough, the Governor just made it worse. By exercising his constitutional power to “blue-pencil” out specific items, Arnold Schwarzenegger abolished the Senior Citizens Renters’ Tax Assistance—a 40-year-old program that gives rebates to
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Feinstein Considered Running for Governor …. in 1996

Posted September 25, 2008 by Randy Shaw

I recently discussed how the local media has become strangely obsessed with Senator Dianne Feinstein’s alleged consideration to run for Governor in 2010. The fact that Feinstein would be 77 years old on Election Day has not deterred efforts to
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Forget Justice! It’s All About Who You Are

Posted September 25, 2008 by Tommi Avicolli-Mecca

It’s not that I like Mark Foley, the former Republican Florida congress member who sent x-rated emails to underage congressional pages. I don’t. But I’m not gunning to throw him in jail either. I have a problem with tossing everyone
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