To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted October 31, 2014 by

Subject: Regarding Steve Early’s piece on Andrew Young More specifically, re: “ANDREW YOUNG IN RICHMOND: PROPHET OF URBAN RENEWAL OR BIG OIL’S REVEREND FOR RENT?” Chevron and Rwanda’s military dictator Paul Kagame share a reverend for rent in Andrew Young:
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Giants on Parade

Posted October 31, 2014 by

Today’s parade down Market Street honors the most surprising SF Giants team of the three recent World Series winners. Many teams claim that “nobody believed in us but ourselves,” but in the Giants case it was true. How does a
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Why Seniors, Disability Community Oppose Prop L

Posted October 31, 2014 by Hene Kelly and Jonathan Lyens

Streets are the lifeblood of a City, yet for many seniors and people with disabilities streets are also their lifeline to food, family and medicine. That’s why we oppose Proposition L. Proposition L, which will overhaul San Francisco’s transportation policies,
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Reviews From the 39th American Indian Film Festival

Posted October 31, 2014 by

Myrton Running Wolf’s entertaining and informative short “This Is Not An Indian Problem” demonstrates in a little over eight minutes the continuing relevance of the American Indian Film Festival.  The week-long annual film festival, which starts up this Saturday at
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted October 30, 2014 by

Subject: Can Leno Defeat Lee?   Hi Randy, You being a knowledgeable insider, I certainly have great respect for your views on what Mayor Lee as accomplished. But regarding your comment: “Mayor Lee has an unprecedented record on job creation
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Can Leno Defeat Lee?

Posted October 30, 2014 by

The Chronicle’s Matier & Ross finally reported what political insiders have been discussing for weeks: State Senator Mark Leno is seriously considering challenging San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee in the November 2015 election. Their story cited April poll numbers that
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Rosie the Riveter Walks SF Picket Line

Posted October 30, 2014 by Carl Finamore

Amid all the bustling and hustling of rush-hour traffic in the center of San Francisco’s financial district, several dozen UNITE-HERE Local 2 protestors began walking a picket line at one of the city’s premier luxury accommodations, the Paris-themed Le Meridien
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