Mission Swing Dancer Faces Ellis Eviction

Posted May 19, 2016 by Stephen P. Booth

Popular Dancer Idalia Ramos Is Latest Victim Of Ellis Syndication Scheme  On May 5, 2015 I wrote about 9 artists facing eviction from their long-term homes in the 2800 block of Folsom Street.  The 10th victim, dance performer and instructor,
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted May 17, 2016 by

Subject: Chief Suhr: Stay or Go? At first, I thought the action of the Hunger Strikers to replace Police Chief Suhr was a tactical error..  The mayor would just appoint someone for the same old, same old.  Maybe, they should
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High-Rise—Review

Posted May 17, 2016 by

Ben Wheatley’s cinematic adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s novel “High-Rise” manages to simultaneously keep its feet in both modernity and the past.  The titular building, with its 40-story height and beautiful yet ascetic amenities, would fit in today’s cityscape.  Yet such
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Chief Suhr: Stay or Go?

Posted May 16, 2016 by

Following a hunger protest, march to City Hall, call for a general strike and four supervisors asking for his replacement, the San Francisco Chronicle concluded that San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr’s political support is “eroding.” Supervisor Jane Kim’s call
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