Posts Tagged: Tenderloin

Leno Goes Left

Leno Goes Left

Posted November 2, 2017 by

San Francisco’s 2019 Mayor’s race is still two years away, but Mark Leno is already moving to secure progressive votes. In the past week Leno endorsed Rafael Mandelman for supervisor in D8 and Matt Haney in D6. Both will get
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Why Is Liberal SF Blocking Cannabis?

Why Is Liberal SF Blocking Cannabis?

Posted October 24, 2017 by

City’s Double Standard Over Exposing Kids to Drugs As I entered City Hall last Thursday I confronted a large crowd creating a huge line in front of the metal detectors. All were Asian and wore white baseball caps. I asked
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The Tenderloin Times and Future of Community Media

SF’s Drug Containment Zone

SF’s Drug Containment Zone

Posted October 10, 2017 by

SF Lets Anything Go on 400 Block of Turk When I first got involved in San Francisco’s Tenderloin in 1980, I wondered why so many openly illegal drug sales activities were allowed  in the neighborhood. Then residents explained to me
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Latino Mothers Say No to Another TL Drop-In Center

Latino Mothers Say No to Another TL Drop-In Center

Posted August 8, 2017 by Garrett Bergthold

(Ed Note: This is the second in a series where Tenderloin residents and workers who oppose the lack of geographic equity in the city’s allocation of homeless services) As the debate rages on over a 24-hour homeless drop-in center coming
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A Special Report: The Tenderloin Betrayed

A Special Report: The Tenderloin Betrayed

Posted July 25, 2017 by

Until the community and Supervisor Jane Kim mobilized to stop it, a 24 hour homeless service center would have opened in longtime office space in the Tenderloin without a single stakeholder—or even Supervisor Kim—being told about it in advance. Kim
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Who Will Replace Kim in D6?

Who Will Replace Kim in D6?

Posted July 18, 2017 by

The election to replace Jane Kim as D6 supervisor is over a year away, but after Joe Fitz Rodriquez covered Sonja Trauss’ candidacy last week it became clear there is lots of interest in this race. I see a three
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Scharf Leaves Tenderloin for Harvard Law

Scharf Leaves Tenderloin for Harvard Law

Posted June 8, 2017 by

Rio Scharf, organizer for the Tenderloin Housing Clinic’s Central City SRO Collaborative (CCSROC), leaves the gritty streets of the Tenderloin next week for a new neighborhood: the green pastures of Harvard Law School. Scharf follows in the footsteps of his
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