11-30-2004-12-45-41-AM-3515985

Locals Flock to Los Angeles Mayor’s Race

Posted November 30, 2004 by Randy Shaw

The Los Angeles mayoral election is March 8, and those with San Francisco connections will play a major role. Campaign managers for two of the five leading campaigns opposed each other in San Francisco’s 1987 mayoral contest, while another challenger
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The F-word: Inside the Most Female Occupation In California

The F-word: Inside the Most Female Occupation In California

Posted November 30, 2004 by Thea Lavin

Sitting, staring and answering telephones- these are the tasks customarily performed by workingwomen in California. A recent report by the Public Policy Institute of California revealed that women across the state are most commonly employed as $12 dollar an hour
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A Bishop Speaks to Her Church

A Bishop Speaks to Her Church

Posted November 30, 2004 by Bishop Yvette Flunder

(The following message, printed here in its entirety, was distributed to members of her church) Beloved,Greetings in the Strong Name of Jesus. For some time now I have been asked if I would send a ‘missal’ with regard to the
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11-29-2004-10-23-21-AM-9570519

Media Seeks Free Ride for Tourist Industry

Posted November 29, 2004 by Randy Shaw

Supervisors Peskin and Sandoval have two excellent ideas for addressing the city’s $97 million shortfall, but both proposals are already under attack from our daily newspapers. The Supes’ problem: they believe that the hotel giants that make millions from San
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11-29-2004-10-20-32-AM-1811273

Everyday Activist: Mission Agenda’s Richard Marquez

Posted November 29, 2004 by Casey Mills

When Beyond Chron asked Richard Marquez for a photo to be published along with this profile, he refused to provide one of just himself. He wanted to share the spotlight with fellow activists and friends, downplaying his own importance and
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