Prop K: A Conversation With Scott Hauge

Posted October 29, 2004 by Marc Norton

Scott Hauge is a man on a mission, the guy that the opponents of Prop K have made their spokesman. Prop K would bring back the gross receipts business tax that was spiked a few years back by a cabal
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The 117th AES Convention

Posted October 29, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

The 117th AES Convention, opened yesterday at the Moscone Center to record crowds. AES is the acronym for the Audio Engineering Society, and for old audiophile like myself, a chance to see old friends from around the world, and gander
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Lee Hartgrave interviews Brian D’Arcy James

Posted October 29, 2004 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

IT WILL BE A WHITE CHRISTMAS IN SAN FRANCISCO Of course we all remember Bing Crosby singing Irving Berlin’s White Christmas in the popular black and white movie. He recorded the song and performed it various times in concerts and
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D5 Candidate Statement: Lisa Feldstein

Posted October 28, 2004 by

Growing up in East Harlem as the daughter of two social workers, I developed my lifelong passion for service to others. Today, with my husband, I am raising my daughter here in San Francisco, and I am committed to a
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It Doesn’t Get Much Dirtier Than D11

Posted October 28, 2004 by Casey Mills

Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval won an injunction last Monday against Gap founder Donald Fisher’s political consultant Duane Baughman, forcing him to stop sending out the race-baiting emails raining down on District 11 lately. Sandoval presented sufficient evidence that a series of
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